Agricultural education teaches students about agriculture, food and natural resources.
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!
Berries are always a yummy, healthy snack, but what exactly is a berry?
Nine Fall 2018 White-Reinhardt mini-grants have been awarded!
Guest blogger Valerie Bayes explains how STEM careers can come alive during Career Day!
We interviewed Matt Wolters, a founding partner of SureFire Ag Systems to learn what it takes to be an agricultural entrepreneur.
Levy Randolph & Tiffany Rogers-Randolph tell us about their careers as videographers and what it takes to get into the field!
Update your fair or event with these colorful and engaging My American Farm banners!
November is Peanut Butter Lovers Month! That tasty jar of peanut butter you keep in your pantry – do you know who helped make it?
The new Food and Farm Facts Activity Cards are standards-aligned and now available!
To wrap up our 3 part National Honey Month series, we interviewed California beekeeper Cameron Robertson to learn about beekeeping as a career.
In the spirit of National Honey Month, we bring you a history of beekeeping as an ancient art and an overview of apiology as an important science for modern life.
In the spirit of celebration, we bring you five crazy honey related facts you won’t BEE-LIEVE!
The winner of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture’s First Peas to the Table Contest is Mary Tomlin’s third-grade class at Fayette Academy in Somerville, Tennessee. Tomlin’s classroom wins the grand prize – a visit from Miss America 2017 Savvy Shields.
“True Beef”: From Pasture to Plate” is an innovative educational documentary designed to teach culinary arts students where their food comes from while learning the importance of farming and ranching from agriculture students.