From American Farm Bureau Foundation
Guest blogger Valerie Bayes explains how STEM careers can come alive during Career Day!
Newly updated - Free download lessons!
Learn more about how to apply for a teacher resource grant, generously sponsored by John Deere.
National Read a Book Day is September 6th! Read an Accurate Ag Book!
We interviewed Matt Wolters, a founding partner of SureFire Ag Systems to learn what it takes to be an agricultural entrepreneur.
What could it be?
You know accurate ag books cover topics related to agriculture, but did you know that some also explore history too?
Why are animals given antibiotics? Will Fett, Executive Director of the Iowa Agricultural Literacy Foundation breaks it down.
"I try to impress upon my students that without ranchers and farmers we would not eat or have jobs in foodservice. I thank farmers and ranchers everyday for allowing me to teach about food and cooking!" Chef Erickson
Our newest Purple Plow Challenge - Farm to Food Truck!
Where does our food come from? Learn about US geography and agriculture with this new app - Ag Across America
Levy Randolph & Tiffany Rogers-Randolph tell us about their careers as videographers and what it takes to get into the field!
Thanks to donations from generous people like you, we were able to teach approximately 12,000 urban youth and their families about agriculture at the USA Science & Engineering Festival in April.
Did you know about this?!
Thank you so much to everyone who supported the Ag Foundation in 2017!
Orange you curious?
We have a plethora of resources to make incorporating ag literacy into your fair display easy!
The White-Reinhardt Mini-Grant Program funds projects that will increase agricultural literacy. Applications are due April 15!
Bringing children accurate knowledge about how their food is grown is the goal of Feeding Minds Press, a new children’s book publishing venture from the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.
Seven county Farm Bureaus have received $1,000 mini-grants for ag literacy programs through the White-Reinhardt Fund.