Agriculture in the classroom, opportunities for agricultural learning and discovery at school.
Guest blogger Valerie Bayes explains how STEM careers can come alive during Career Day!
The White-Reinhardt Mini-Grant Program funds projects that will increase agricultural literacy. Applications are due April 15!
Seven county Farm Bureaus have received $1,000 mini-grants for ag literacy programs through the White-Reinhardt Fund.
The new Food and Farm Facts Activity Cards are standards-aligned and now available!
In the spirit of celebration, we bring you five crazy honey related facts you won’t BEE-LIEVE!
We love to celebrate volunteer efforts to educate about agriculture!
Ever wonder what careers are in agriculture besides "farmer or rancher?" The answers may surprise you!
Guest blogger, Marissa Morris writes about how she went from being "clueless" about agriculture, to being a pro at using it in her classroom! Get her tips, tricks and more!
Agriculture is a great topic for almost any subject area, and now it’s even great for Spanish class!
Ever ask a group of high school kids “what is a farmer?” Leslie Prudhomme, On the Farm STEM participant, writes a guest blog that includes an outline for a Project Based Learning Unit that has students develop a farm plan.
We've got the buzz on pollinator lesson plans and resources!
Mamma Mia! That's one tasty resource! This nonfiction text reader for grades 3-5 will engage students as they learn about the agricultural origins of their favorite pizza toppings, the history of pizza, and some awesome ag careers.
Standards aligned activities make it easy for educators to help students understand American farmers and how food is grown in America.
Resources on getting support from your administration for a school garden, how to start a garden, and getting students excited to plant!
We are all part of the foodie movement, so let's make sure we are engaging the public and telling our story.
Free downloadable lesson plans for grades 3-5 address math and social science skills while learning about peanuts and agriculture.
AGree recently published a research paper titled, “Food and Agricultural Education in the United States.” This paper goes into a detailed discussion of food and agricultural education in the U.S. and suggests how this education must continue to evolve to be successful.
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Where does our food come from? Who grows it? Farm a Month is 12 hands on lesson plans, 12 letters from real farmers, and 1 whole year of learning about agriculture!