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July 13, 2012NORTHWEST MISSOURI | By: Grady
A small group from Northwest Missouri State University recently traveled to Japan to experience foreign agriculture, while building Northwest's international relationships.
Associate Professor of Agriculture at Northwest, Jamie Patton shared her voyage with two junior agronomy students- Mariah Steins and Michael Brown. The trio were greeted and guided through the country by students and staff at NEW-EEZ a school for international studies. Patton says they experienced many agricultural differences from the U-S.