Agricultural education teaches students about agriculture, food and natural resources.
We're back this week with some more free educational activities parents can do at home! This week we are focusing on fruit.
This is the second in a series of blog posts by Seth Derner, educational consultant for the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Derner will document the experience of learning how to develop science curriculum materials that meet standards for earning an NGSS Design Badge.
Kids are at home and need fun activities that are also educational. We're making it easy for parents to keep your kids learning during this difficult time.
With the Covid-19 pandemic, many educators and parents are looking for at home options for learning. The Ag Foundation is a great place to start!
National Poultry Day is a day to recognize domestic birds that are raised for their meat and eggs—and the farmers that make it possible!
Staying in? Need some fun and educational activities? Here are some fun ways to learn about food and farming from home!
The 2020 White-Reinhardt scholar winners and Spring 2020 grant winners have been chosen!
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has recognized the winning teams in the fall 2019 Purple Plow Challenge, Growing Green.
We have two new card games to make learning about agriculture FUN!
Our Fall 2019 White-Reinhardt grant winners have been chosen by our panel of judges.
What foods make you think of the 4th? Do you know where they come from? Can you guess 3 fruits that are actually berries?
In honor of National Dairy Month we learn more about 5 DAIRY good products!
We have a plethora of resources to make incorporating ag literacy into your fair display easy!
The first in a series of blog posts by Seth Derner, education consultant for the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture. Derner will document the experience of learning how to develop science curriculum materials that meet standards for earning an NGSS Design Badge.
Explore several misconceptions kids may have about agriculture, and how to address them.
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.
There’s more to the American Turkey than dark and white meat!
National Read a Book Day was on September 6 and all across the country people read accurate ag books!