Baker County K-12 School officials said Hurricane Michael caused some of their upgrades to be delayed, but they’re trying to get back on track.

Leaders said the only delayed upgrade is the installation of the school’s new hydroponics greenhouse.

School officials said they will get the ball rolling again on the project.

They are waiting on electricians who’ve been busy since Hurricane Michael.

Once the greenhouse is completed, the vegetables will be used in the school’s cafeteria and the leftovers will be sold to the community.

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