FREER - G4 Ranch hosted its 8th annual Field Day on Wednesday, Nov. 7 with 238 students who attend Benavides, Freer and San Diego Independent School Districts.
The students, all seventh graders, participated in small workshops with topics such as animal adaptation and deer necropsy, wetlands and paster to plate.
The Notice Nature Field Day began at the Temple Ranch. However, in the last three years the event has been hosted by the G4 Ranch.
It was started by the board members of the Agua Poquita Soil and Water Conservation of Duval County in effort to educate young students on the importance agriculture.
Agua Poquita works closely with the USDA National Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). The Duval County District Conservationist is Sammy Guerra.