College News


The last two columns discussed what Regenerative Agriculture (RA) is and how it is implemented.  In addition to helping restore the ecology while helping producers agronomically and economically, RA can help mitigate climate change for the producer and in general.  

Barton Community College will have no classes during its spring break from March 11-15. Barton’s offices will remain open through March 13 but will be closed March 14 and 15. The college’s regular class schedule and business hours will resume Monday, March 18.

Acclaimed poet, author, and composer Charles Anthony Silvestri will present sessions focusing on the lyrics in choral settings as well as the business of poetic writing for the choral arts at a pair of a two-day clinic at Barton Community College March 21-22, and the public is invited to attend these free sessions.

Throughout the spring semester, Barton Community College faculty and staff participated in various activities that tied into USD 428’s district-wide reading of the book “Wild Robot,” which included a focus on how robots work and how they fit into the various STEM disciplines.