From American Farm Bureau Foundation
For March 8, 2021
There are a lot of important agriculturists who have made a difference in the world of farming. In honor of Women's History Month, this week let’s learn about Dr. Temple Grandin!
March 8th is International Women’s Day! We thought it would be a great time to highlight some of agriculture’s female trailblazers.
For March 1, 2021
This week's At Home Learning lessons are sweet!
For February 22, 2021
Did you know cucumbers are pickles? Learn some other facts that may surprise you!
For February 15, 2021
Did you know that on any given day, 1 in 8 Americans will eat pizza? Pizza is always a crowd pleaser, so this week’s at home activities are all about PIZZADid you know that on any given day, 1 in 8 Americans will eat pizza? Pizza is always a crowd pleaser, so this week’s at home activities are all about PIZZA!
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture announces a total of $17,550 in scholarships and grant awards to recognize exceptional agricultural literacy programs conducted by educators, volunteers and communities across the country who work to connect students with how their food is grown.
For February 8th, 2021
There are a lot of important agriculturists who have made a difference in the world of farming. This week let’s learn about Dr. George Washington Carver!
2021 Book of the Year Author Viola Butler tells us how "Chuck's Ice Cream Wish" came to be!
For February 1, 2021
What's ripe in winter and tastes like summer sunshine? Oranges!
For January 25, 2021
How do we grow some crops year round?
We are proud to announce the two winning teams from the Fall 2020 Waste Not Want Not Challenge!
For January 19, 2021
2021 Book of the Year, Plus Financial Support of the Foundation also Recognized
For January 11, 2021
This week? Wonderful Wheat!
Workshop Scavenger Hunt here!
Check out our newest and featured products from our booth at the AFBF 2021 Convention.
For January 4, 2021
This week we take a look at vegetables!
For December 14, 2020
This week we take a look at some trees!
You've had a lot of turkey...now let's have some beef!
Hint: It takes a lot of love to grow a Christmas tree! We talked to Ben Butler, a Christmas tree farmer from Butler's Orchard to get the scoop on these festive firs and frasers.