UC Davis graduate Viridiana Acosta-Ramirez, who also graduated from the California Farm Academy, tend to bees on a farm in Capay Valley in Esparto, Calif., on Oct. Acosta-Ramirez's goal is to become a beekeeper at a time when bees are environmentally in trouble.
UC Davis graduate Viridiana Acosta-Ramirez, who also graduated from the California Farm Academy, tend to bees on a farm in Capay Valley in Esparto, Calif., on Oct. Acosta-Ramirez's goal is to become a beekeeper at a time when bees are environmentally in trouble. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
UC Davis graduate Viridiana Acosta-Ramirez, who also graduated from the California Farm Academy, tend to bees on a farm in Capay Valley in Esparto, Calif., on Oct. Acosta-Ramirez's goal is to become a beekeeper at a time when bees are environmentally in trouble. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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