From American Farm Bureau Foundation
In the spirit of celebration, we bring you five crazy honey related facts you won’t BEE-LIEVE!
For grades 9-12
New Purple Plow Challenge: Save the Soil! Runs Aug 15-Nov 1. The challenge will ask students to research, design, construct, test and report on a solution to local top soil erosion concerns.
Leaders of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization announce a newly established partnership to strengthen collaboration between the two groups.
Updated Food and Farm Facts book and map now available!
What do science and watermelon have in common? Turns out a lot! Learn how science helps us make delicious seedless watermelon!
Gearing up for the new school year? Here are some tips for setting up your classroom to help with Ag Literacy Learning!
We've updated our barn banner ordering system & added new banners!
Check out the newest Purple Plow Challenge - Room 2 Grow!
The winner of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s First Peas to the Table Contest is Mary Tomlin’s third-grade class at Fayette Academy in Somerville, Tennessee. Tomlin’s classroom wins the grand prize – a visit from Miss America 2017 Savvy Shields.
The NAITC Curriculum Matrix is an innovative approach to grow agricultural literacy among students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
“True Beef”: From Pasture to Plate” is an innovative educational documentary designed to teach culinary arts students where their food comes from while learning the importance of farming and ranching from agriculture students.
By working with students, AgriCorps Fellows have the ability to reach and influence farming households as well.
Before delivery, before the freezer, where did pizza come from?
This new children's food science day camp guide contains 10 hands on activities for one full day of fun!
Cookies, candy and ice cream are all yummy, sweet treats! What makes these treats so sweet? Well, sweetener of course!
Thank YOU! All of the wonderful accomplishments in 2016 were because of your generous support.
“I have been able to be with my father on the farm. He is 84 years old and still working on the farm every day. It is a great experience to be with your family all your life.”
Ag literacy efforts don’t always just take place in the classroom. Read about how Etsch Farms does their part to educate their community about agriculture.
A question that often plagues the ag community is “How will we sustainably feed 9 billion people by the year 2050?” Journey 2050 aims to address this question by allowing students to experience agriculture in a whole new way!