Tomlin Middle School student Taryn Storter earned fourth place in agriscience at a National Future Farmers of America (FFA) competition.
Storter, who is in eighth grade, presented a project that focused on calculating the density and mass of different all-purpose, gluten-free flours. She then compared those flour to regular all-purpose flour. Storter won in her category at State FFA this past summer. Her project was chosen as a Top 15 project by the national selection team against all other state winners. Storter was the only middle schooler in her category to compete at the national level.
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