Locust Trace News
Debbie Anderson of Strides to Success-Live Demonstration of Equine Assisted Learning at Locust Trace
Debbie Anderson is CEO and co-founder of Strides To Success an Equine Assisted Learning facility near Indianapolis. She is an expert in developing and facilitating educational programming that connects horses with kids, adults and veterans to build life skills and leadership. Debbie will be sharing her expertise with students, staff, faculty and the community.
Open to the public:
Live demonstration with Horse
Friday, March 28th
Locust Trace AgriScience Farm-3591 Leestown Rd Lexington, KY 40511
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LT Teacher and Two Students to Visit Shinhidaka, Japan
We are proud to announce that one teacher and two students from Locust Trace will participate in a Lexington Sister Cities Exchange Program this year. At the end of March, visitors from Shinhidaka, Japan will visit Lexington (including touring Locust Trace). Then in July, Kathleen Magsam (vet assistant program instructor), David Ehlert (LT Junior) and Brannen Carter (LT Junior) will travel with seven other students from a variety of Lexington schools to Shinhidaka, Japan. The purpose of the Lexington-Shinhidaka Exchange Program is to provide a genuine cultural and family experience in another country for middle and high school students of Lexington, Kentucky and those of Shinhidaka, Japan. The really special thing about this exchange is that both Lexington and Shinhidaka have agriculture schools.