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Rancho Cielo aims to grow ag-tech skills for Salinas-area youth with new program

Wednesday, August 21, 2019 - 11:15am

A fresh crop of students will spend the next 10 months learning to fix and maintain industrial food processing equipment as part of a new Rancho Cielo program that started Tuesday.

The Ted Taylor Ag-Vocational Center will train students at a new building with classrooms and a replica of a food-processing plant's floor and refrigeration unit so students learn hands-on, said Susie Brusa, CEO of Rancho Cielo.

Read the full story by Joe Szydlowski in the Salinas Californian here.

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