SFCC Snapshot: Natasha Farmer

“One of the biggest challenges is that many of the classes I was taking were practical classes, and it’s hard to transition those to online, although it hasn’t gone as badly as I thought it would. My instructors have been very creative. In the Wastewater Microbiology class, my instructor found out that there were virtual tours of wastewater plants. We had been going to do a field trip, so instead, we did a virtual tour of the Buckman Direct Diversion, a drinking water treatment facility in Santa Fe. As for homework, it’s been somewhat difficult. I’m lucky that I have good Wi-Fi at home, but it took me a while to get into my own structure and rhythm.”

~  Natasha Farmer, student in the Controlled Environment Agriculture Program

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