From American Farm Bureau Foundation
As a donor you generously send in hard earned dollars and then what?
Eugenie Doyle, straight from Vermont, tells us how sap turns into syrup!
We interviewed Lauren Arbogast, a Virginian Farmer to celebrate National Poultry Day.
Cereal is the quintessential American breakfast! Nothing like cornflakes, Wheaties, or cinnamon oat squares quite reminds us of Saturday morning cartoons, rushing to school, or midnight snacks. But where do we get cereal? Where does cereal start?
Here are some peanut-y resources!
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has recognized 15 educators – teachers and classroom volunteers – for their exceptional efforts to encourage agricultural literacy.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has awarded more than $9,000 in mini-grants to communities across the nation through the White-Reinhardt Fund for Education program. The grants are allocated through county Farm Bureaus and are used to create new agricultural literacy projects or expand existing agricultural literacy efforts.
The first title from Feeding Minds Press, "Right This Very Minute" by Lisl H. Detlefsen will be available to purchase February 5th.
What can we do to sustain or improve pollinator well-being?
Farmers work hard to keep the land and soil healthy!
Get a glimpse at our events at the 2019 AFBF Annual Convention and IDEAg tradeshow
There’s more to the American Turkey than dark and white meat!
Misconceptions of Agriculture in Children’s Books
You may think about cows or veggies when you hear the word "farm." Let's explore 10 things that you may be surprised to learn started on a farm!
JoHanna Symons of Symons Beef Company hosts tours on her farm. She loves to use Food and Farm Facts to connect consumers to information about where their food comes from.
Questions about agriculture are not always easy to answer, luckily we can help! The new Food and Farm Facts Junior edition takes questions many children have and provides a simple way of understanding farming practices!
National Read a Book Day was on September 6 and all across the country people read accurate ag books!
Just download and print! Best for grades 4-5th.