Tenn. high-school students busy with beekeeping program

Spring Hill High School in Tennessee is launching an on-site beekeeping program under the supervision of the school's horticultural science teacher. Officials say the project will not only teach students about agriculture, but also computer science and marketing as students work to raise awareness about the program. Students plan to help fund the program by harvesting and selling honey.

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