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I'm Tom Stahl, Agriscience and Agribusiness teacher at Milan High School. I teach Zoology, Botany and Agricultural Leadership classes and have been teaching these classes at Milan since 1981. I am also the advisor of the Milan FFA Chapter. My life science classes teach most science objective with examples and disciplines from the agricultural sector/career areas. I feel that science with agriculture is a great match due to the overwhelming need for food in this world. Food is a vital aspect for life, agriculture provides food in abundance, science created the productivity of agriculture.
The Milan FFA Chapter, which is the oldest continuous FFA Chapter in Michigan, is a leadership development and personal growth organization for young people who select agriscience classes. The National FFA Organization provides many challenges, contests and opportunities for students who wish to develop professional skills. The FFA provides many activities for students to discover career choices in the broad domain of agriculture and food production.
When not at school, I am farming in the Petersburg, Michigan area. I grow traditonal crops like corn and soybeans and also grow Halloween pumpkins and cantaloupes for Kroger and Meijer grocery stores.
Best way to contact me is by e-mail email@example.com I will reply as soon as possible.
Phone calls to my Milan classroom phone may lead to delays in return calls or no response. I am in Milan High School in the morning ONLY
spend my lunch/afternoons at Dundee High School.