The Rich Hill 4th graders had the chance to visit George Washington Carver National Monument in Diamond, MO last week. Students got to go on a leisurely 1 mile guided hike through the woods where George grew up. Along the way the group learned many facts about this famous Missourian. George Washington Carver is best known for his many inventions with peanuts. As part of the experience students got to participate in a lab in which they made peanut milk.