Alexa Coleman, a 7-year-old home-schooler, brought her Nigerian dwarf goats Bartholomew and Gertrude to the annual Capital City Farm Days on Friday. “I like to show people about new animals,” she said. “I love to show them all about what animals like to eat. It’s very fun to help kids learn.” Alexa was one of about 30 presenters at the two-day exhibit sponsored by the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension at Fuji Park, where about 2,000 local children learned about agriculture in Nevada. Informational booths covered topics including composting, organic farming, water, noxious weeds, bees, rangeland and wildlife. Presenters also …
Agriculture on display at Farm Days in Fuji Park
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