This page is dedicated to my 2002 Supervised Agircultural Activity:
Web-Designs By: Joshua Trey Barnett
East Jackson Middle
Rules and Regulations for Program:
The SAE Program requires a minimum of 20 hours of verible hand-on-activity in any area of agriculture and natural resources selected by the student. This is not a traditional research paper although the student may count up to one hour spent on literature review.
SAEs can include home or community home improvement projects(this includes landscaping, vegetable gardening, floral arrangments, food processing, fence or compost bin construction, etc...) job placement(for wages experience) agriscience research investigations, entrepreneurship, enviromental projects (Adopt-A-Stream, or wildlife habitat inprovement) directed lab activities after school, and ag communications projects (topical magazine, web site design). The best projects are the ones that can be continued into the next school year.
"I have decided to do a web-page specializing in North Georgia Sprt Fishing Regulations. I will build the web-site with add ons like weekly fishing records, stream reports, pattern index, and some type of regulation page for N. Georgia."