“ We need to teach kids to be problem solvers ”

— Tanya Novakowski,
6th Grade Math and Science Teacher
Rose Hill-Magnolia Elementary School

We believe that agriculture offers engaging and empowering learning opportunities that help students become innovative problems solvers, equipping them with essential skills.

Hands-on learning such as planting, harvesting, and managing crops encourage students to apply their knowledge of STEM concepts to real world challenges.

Do American Students Know Where Their Food Comes From?

Do you live on a farm? Today, most consumers are three generations removed from the farm. Our agricultural literacy resources and opportunities help bridge the gap between farmers, ranchers and the general public.

Help them to find out!

You can play a valuable role in helping American students understand where their food comes from and fostering a deeper connection to the sources that nourish them.

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We aim to engage students and educators in agricultural education through captivating learning experiences, books, and hands-on challenges, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of agriculture while equipping future generations with the knowledge and skills needed to help maintain a sustainable food system.


Our community of educators, volunteers, farm families, and leaders is crucial in our efforts to advance agricultural literacy. Together we strive to promote awareness, understanding, and appreciation of agriculture, ensuring that students across the nation have access to the knowledge and resources necessary to make informed decisions about food, farming, and the environment.

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Recent updates, captivating stories, and informative articles that shed light on various aspects of agricultural literacy, brought to you by The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture.

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