The Iowa Agricultural Youth Institute’s 30th year of the conference is coming up in June. The IAYI was established to increase young people’s knowledge of current agricultural issues, and to inform them about agricultural career opportunities. Program Coordinator Amber Hills says it’s a great opportunity for students interested in agriculture. One hundred high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors are encouraged to apply to attend the Institute June 14th through the 17th, on the Iowa State University campus. There is a fee of 75 dollars, and to register, students should contact the Washington County Extension Office by April 30th.