By Johnny Bauman
Husker Harvest Days is a huge event that takes place in September for FFA and agriculture students in 9-12th grade. The event started in 1978 as a way to showcase products and information in the field of agriculture.
This event, held on a school day, will typically take nearly half the high school population out of the classroom.
But what attracts so many Blue Hill students to this event?
In a recent interview with FFA member and Blue Hill senior, Kenzie Hubl, she states that it was “fascinating to learn about ag related careers, there are so many jobs that deal with agriculture that you don’t even know of and you get to experience it all.”
Students interested in the agriculture field, but not sure where to look for fulfilling careers, can find options for their futures at this event.
According to Hubl, the day was “full of life-changing opportunities” and she would highly recommend the event to other students.