On February 13, Alice in Dairyland Ashley Hagenow visited with Amherst fourth-graders about Wisconsin industry and agriculture.

Fourth-grade teacher Al Northouse, who invited Hagenow, said, “This was a great opportunity for our students. In fourth grade we learn all about Wisconsin, and there are few things more ‘Wisconsin’ than Alice in Dairyland. We were fortunate to have Ashley come and present to our students about all of Wisconsin’s agricultural roots, how those roots support our state’s economy and connect us with the world beyond our state’s borders!”

This was not Hagenow’s first visit to Amherst. The Poynette native visited the Tomorrow River School District when she was a member of her local FFA club.

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