HTF – Siouxland Ethanol Tour
by Jacob Heller (KMEG14/Siouxland News) … A group of students from a South Sioux City elementary got a chance to learn how ethanol is made this week, by taking a tour of Siouxland Ethanol, outside of Jackson, NE.
“These are farmers that grow corn just around this area, about 50 miles from here or even closer,” said Pam Miller, who sits on the Siouxland Ethanol board, giving the fifth graders a tour of the facility.
The students, from Harney Elementary in South Sioux, visited Siouxland Ethanol to get a first-hand look at how ethanol is made.
The trip was made possible by South Sioux City’s “Adopt-A-Classroom” program.
But, the visit wasn’t just a look at ethanol production, the kids got a look at careers in manufacturing, too. READ MORE