The new Agricultural learning center was literally built from the ground up, and the century-old building that stood in its place before was demolished. The new building was programmed and designed with lots of discussion and input from the highly lauded Agricultural teacher Joe Ankley. Joe was instrumental in helping the IDS designers accommodate all the spaces necessary for a successful Ag program. The main room is a flexible learning area ideally designed for teaching, sharing, collaboration, and teamwork. A roll-up door allows ample amounts of natural light and is set up for an outdoor class under the large canopy overhang. The primary classroom is open to an adjacent wet multidisciplinary learning lab and is visually connected to the animal room. A fully functioning commercial greenhouse complements the Agriculture building steps away. The parking lot and road that had previously run between the Ag building and the main school building have been eliminated and replaced with a green belt with a dedicated winding walkway between the two buildings. Students will eventually design and provide the landscaping around the new facility.