rural science

rural science

or

rural studies

n
(Education) Brit the study and theory of agriculture, biology, ecology, and associated fields
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Today, her organisation EoAC" Bhagini Nivedita Gramin Vigyan Niketan (BNGVN) or the Sister Nivedita Rural Science Centre, named after an Anglo-Irish missionary who devoted her life to helping poor Indian women EoAC" has formed 1,800 self-help groups in 200 villages across Maharashtra.
Led by Aberystwyth University's Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Science, in collaboration with Bangor and Swansea universities, the Beacon initiative will use pioneering techniques, known as bio-refining, to assist Welsh companies in developing low-carbon technologies and new ways of making products that are traditionally made from oil.
On this evidence one could be forgiven for wondering whether the concept of a rural science teacher actually exists in the Australian consciousness.
They cultivated flowers, shrubs and trees as part of their rural science lessons and were rewarded with a 'best kept school garden' prize by the Council for the Preservation of Rural England.
The landmark offices have a prime spot on what is intended to be the national centre of rural excellence with additional plans for a rural science park on the Stoneleigh site.
I wasn't thick but I found it hard to access mainstream education and I left with one CSE in rural science.
Faculty from a rural Nevada district take part in the Rural Science Teachers Teaching with Technology (RST3) grant program to discover whether technology can really make a difference in student learning.
Plans include a major family visitor attraction, a rural science and technology park, international livestock centre, and rural education and leisure park.
Jess Capps from Buxton, NSW; Bachelor of Rural Science at the University of New England, Sponsor: Grains Research and Development Corporation.
The plans include a new rural science and technology park to create a cluster of businesses and organisations involved in agriculture and the environment; an international livestock centre; a rural education centre and leisure park to encourage more visitors to the site and promote farming as a career to the next generation; and an international equine centre.
A group of Year 10 pupils, under the guidance of rural science teacher Sean O'Donovan, are taking part in the Royal Horticultural Society's Re:Generation Oaks campaign to ensure these noble trees continue to be part of our heritage.
A new rural science and technology park aims to create a cluster of businesses and organisations involved in agricultureand the environment
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