Saturday, October 09, 2010

Will Beachey at Career Fair , Bismarck ND

Choosing a college and major can be stressful for high school students, especially if they`re not positive what they want to be when they grow up. But, a career fair at the University of Mary today let high school students explore their options
Will Beachey from the respiratory therapy program showed students what a healthy lung compared to a smoker`s lung looks like and how the two function differently.Beachey said, "One thing that respiratory therapists do is we get into smoking cessation, and we try to, especially with high school population, teach them about the hazards of smoking and this is kind of a graphic demonstration of that." Click for more KFYR-TV Juli McDonald 10/8/2010

Roger Beachy USDA, Visits Worm Farm

Business keeps worms 'fat, dumb and happy'
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
On Thursday, the Department of Agriculture sent one of its top scientists, Roger Beachy, to the Livingston County farm. Beachy is head of the USDA's ... Click here for pictures, and article by Jim Stinson - Staff Writer - October 8, 2010, Amazing way to handle 10 million pounds of cow manure.

Laura Beachy Co-producer, Syracuse University

MILFORD, Pa. — The Black Bear Film Festival will screen a documentary co-produced by Delaware Valley High School graduate Ryan Balton at the festival's free Independent Film Salon in Milford this weekend.
Balton produced the short documentary as part of a film and TV production class at Syracuse University with co-producers LAURA BEACHY, Taylor Chestnut and Alexandra Kaplan. Click for article in Times Hearld-Record

Roger Beachy USDA on Farm Disabilities

"Each year, more than 80,000 farmers, ranchers and agricultural workers are injured at work badly enough to limit their ability to do their jobs," said Roger Beachy, NIFA director. "Producers with disabilities should have every opportunity to be successful, and the AgrAbility program gives them the assistance and training they need to be profitable and maintain their quality of life." Click for complete article, High Plains Journal