Raising Nebraska: 3,000 students are set to learn in the state’s largest classroom this week

More than 3,000 students are participating in Nebraska’s largest ag classroom this week.

The 25,000 square foot room is named ‘Raising Nebraska'. It is designed to help visitors at the state fair better understand and appreciate agriculture. Students are set to hear from commodity groups, ag businesses, and University of Nebraska educators this week.

The Nebraska State Fair runs through Labor Day.


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