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Anchorage Students Develop Dwarf Popcorn

Dear Foodies,
This is one of those wonderful stories--breeding a dwarf, multi-colored popcorn for Alaska conditions. Coming together like a vortex are elementary students, a dedicated teacher, UAF University assistance, and a willing variety of CORN.

Soon you may be able to pop, and perhaps even grow, your own delicious Alaska-grown popcorn. You'll be buying it from the students who are now developing a business plan.

Please copy & paste in this link from the Thursday, Sept. 9, 2010 blog from SNRAS:
http://http://snras.blogspot.com/2010/09/popcorn-what-way-to-learn.html

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