Lake Land College is offering three opportunities this summer for educators to learn more about the agricultural industry. Ag Institutes are designed for K-12 educators to learn more about the wide impact agriculture has on our daily lives. Participants will get a chance to gain firsthand knowledge they can share with their students by touring agricultural businesses and farms, meeting with industry professionals, as well as engaging in other hands-on activities. The first portion of Ag Institute will meet June 6-8th from 8AM to 5PM. The second portion will meet June 13-15th from 8AM-5PM. Lunch will be provided for both portions. The third portion of Ag Institute will be a two day intensive institute, which will include an overnight trip to the St. Louis area for a tour of the Missouri Botanical Gardens, local greenhouses, tours of Monsanto, Purina Mills, as well as a visit to the Lock Dam and Danforth Center. Materials, transportation, lunch, and entrance fees will be provided, with hotel and evening meals provided by the participants. For more information or to register, call 234-5087, or go to lakelandcollege.edu/as/ag/institute.