Agricultural education teaches students about agriculture, food and natural resources.
Because of you, nearly 2,000 1st through 5th graders in Franklin County, VA, know a lot more about the foods that grow right in their own county.
Free STEM game app helps players understand cattle ranching & different cuts of meat while reinforcing math and nutrition knowledge and skills.
How does string cheese string? Do bananas grow on trees? Find out where some of your lunchtime favorites originated.
This is a report from a White-Reinhardt mini-grant recipient. Mini-grants are given to state and county Farm Bureaus to start or enhance ag literacy programs, like the one below. Donations fund these grants.
Farmers wear a lot of different hats! Check out these 5 roles farmers play and remember to thank a farmer for all their hard work!
Your donations got this teacher and many more to the National Ag in the Classroom conference which has inspired her to educate about agriculture. She will reach over 350 students this year alone! Read more here:
You may think you know how these things grow, but find out the truth in this article!
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New! Learn about livestock banners!
Popular online farm game: My American Farm is now an app!
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture sought to answer the question: What does it look like to be agriculturally literate? The result was "Pillars of Agricultural Literacy."