Students recount life-changing CCE internships
By RJ Anderson

For Sammi Lin ’24, who spent her summer in New York City working with urban farmers, including refugees from Burma, immigrants from East Africa and the Caribbean, and seventh-generation Americans reconnecting with agriculture, the lessons went much deeper than the soil.

“I feel like I’ve grown so much as a person beyond just developing my technical farming skills,” said Lin, an international agriculture and rural development major in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

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