FARGO—Microsoft and young agriculture leaders are changing the future of technology and education in North Dakota.
The Future Farmers of America, or FFA, is joining hands with the tech-giant for the Blue 365 Initiative.
It's an effort to improve technology in schools to help the agricultural industry.
The project will bring the newest research and science in fields such as water conservation, ag sustainability, and even drone usage to area classrooms.
"Technology is changing every job, every company, and every industry in the world. And there's no exception here in the state, but it also needs to change how we think about education," said North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum.
Dozens attended the project unveiling, including some FFA students and the President of Microsoft, Brad Smith.Source: WDAY