Featured Projects

Initiatives

Many People, Many Voices

The Foundation serves various audiences in the ag literacy community, including teachers, parents, classroom volunteers and school administrators. We employ targeted initiatives, ranging from STEM-based ag education for teachers and fun activities for families to experience agriculture. Our goal is to spread awareness about agriculture's importance as widely as possible.

On The Farm STEM

This is professional development for educators! This program brings together teams of educators with experts in science education and agricultural science to envision a model for science learning that will inspire today’s students.

Go There

Feeding Minds Press

Feeding Minds Press, our publishing arm, specializes in producing modern, entertaining, and informative children's books. The dedication for this initiative lies in fostering agricultural education through engaging storytelling and captivating illustrations.

Start Reading

My American Farm

My American Farm is an educational game platform used to engage pre-K through fifth-grade learners. Today, the free site offers agriculturally-themed games and more than 100 free educator resources such as ag lesson plans, activity sheets and comics.

Let's Play Games

Purple Plow

Purple Plow engages students in grades 5-12 to research scenarios related to food, hunger and sustainability and build their own prototypes to solve the defined problem.

Solve Problems

American Farm Trail

This exciting app brings together people who love fun on the farm and local farmers. Agritourism operators and tourists are encouraged to download and be part of this exciting initiative.

Check it Out

Food & Ag Center for Science Education

This platform is dedicated to enhancing scientific and agricultural literacy by expanding access to agriculture.

Learn More

Kids Questions About Agriculture

Submit your kids or students questions about food and farming and we will have a REAL farmer or rancher make a video reply.

Ask a Question

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