Chef Catherine Brown, left, brought her Region 9 culinary students to Christine Trefethen’s Morning Glory Farm in West Bethel to plant seeds for the farm’s hot sauce. Trefethen is third from left, wearing overalls. Rose Lincoln/Bethel Citizen

Kadince Smith, left, of Bryant Pond and Maing Tang of Mexico, both Region 9 culinary arts students, plant tomatillos at Morning Glory Farm in Bethel. Rose Lincoln/Bethel Citizen

Students in Catherine Brown and Rachael Robinson’s Region 9 culinary art’s class planted tomatillos for the hot sauce for sale at Morning Glory Farm in West Bethel. Rose Lincoln/Bethel Citizen

Madi Touchette of Rumford smiles in at a newborn calf at Morning Glory Farm. Rose Lincoln

Born on St. Patrick’s Day, “Shamrock” is just 48 hours old March 19 when Region 9 students visited the calf and it’s mother at Morning Glory Farm. Rose Lincoln/Bethel Citizen

Born on St. Patrick’s Day, “Shamrock” is just 48 hours old March 19 when Region 9 students visited the calf and it’s mother at Morning Glory Farm. Rose Lincoln/Bethel Citizen


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