Idaho students creating weather station to combat hunger in Africa

04/25/2014 | KTVB-TV (Boise, Idaho)

Students at East Junior High School in Boise, Idaho, are building a professional weather station that can record real-time weather forecasts via computer that will help improve agricultural information for farmers in Africa so that more people can eat. The school has teamed up with a sister school in Africa, which also has a weather station, and is the first U.S. school to build a station in the international project, said geologist Pam Aishlin, who is volunteering to help with the project.

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