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Mt. Home teacher named top ag educator in Arkansas

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LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The Arkansas Farm Bureau has named a Mountain Home agriculture teacher as the state's Outstanding Ag Educator.

Mountain Home High School teacher Josh Baker received the award Wednesday at the opening session of the Farm Bureau's annual convention in Little Rock.

The Outstanding Ag Educator Award recognizes a high school agriculture education instructor for efforts in teaching students about agriculture, leadership and involvement in FFA.

Baker's program includes 450 students in ag education and 200 FFA members.

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