ag schools, agriculture, architecture, farming, history, Minnesota, Morris, University of Minnesota
In my previous post, I alluded to the fact that I was at UM-Morris, which had previously been an “ag school” campus much like the one my dad attended in Waseca. But in Morris, most all of the West Central School of Agriculture buildings remain, unlike in Waseca, whose campus is now a federal women’s prison.
It’s nice to see history preserved. I’m a little jealous; I don’t think Southern School of Agriculture mementoes are located in any one central place, though I’m sure the Waseca Historical Society has some.