Agricultural education teaches students about agriculture, food and natural resources.
Marian Handlin, M.Ed. is an AgriScience teacher from Delaware. She writes about how her school successfully implemented Purple Plow Challenges into their STEM curriculum.
Looking for the best ag literacy resource for your volunteering event? We put our resources together in one searchable list!
We have updated our Food and and Farm Facts book to include updated Ag Census data!
Did you know that mushrooms are not technically plants, but are fungi?
Here's everything you need to know about them!
We have two new card games to make learning about agriculture FUN!
Did you know that grains are the edible seeds of specific grasses? We as humans get about 48% on average of our calories, or food energy, from grains! Grains also can be used to feed livestock and manufacture cooking oils, fuels, cosmetics and even hand sanitizer.
True cereal grains include wheat, oat, rice, corn, barley, sorghum, rye and millet.Grains are annual plants, which means they have only one growing season per year and yield one crop.
Let’s talk about a few grains we use every day!
National Read a Book Day is September 6th! Read an Accurate Ag Book!
Our Fall 2019 White-Reinhardt grant winners have been chosen by our panel of judges.
Thanks to sponsorship from Nichino America, we're pleased to offer a brand new FREE book in the My Little Ag Me series from Feeding Minds Press. Our latest title "A Berry Good Project" is now available to download and print.
What foods make you think of the 4th? Do you know where they come from? Can you guess 3 fruits that are actually berries?
What is Aquaculture? And what does it have to do with farming? Let's find out!
We interviewed Ryan Brewster, General Manager of Food & Beverage at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar in Washington DC to learn more about food waste technologies.
We have a plethora of resources to make incorporating ag literacy into your fair display easy!
Let’s explore where mint, and some other herbs, get their start!
Barbecue is an American staple. You find it shared at family gatherings and every patriotic event. But where did it originate?
A Guest Blog Post by
Bill Belzer, Corteva Agriscience tm
Farmers have long understood that developing a community based in mutual cooperation lays the foundation for their own success. They know that if everyone does well, they will do well. Now, in the digital age, we have new ways to connect, and new ways to build community. But the core principle still holds true, a rising tide lifts all boats. That’s one of many reasons why Corteva supports agricultural education through the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture and the My American Farm platform.
An Egg-citing Poultry Adventure Launched on My American Farm!
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.
What do pretzels, chips, and beef cattle have in common?
Spring has sprung! Spring is always a season of hope—hope for brighter days ahead and for the future of agriculture.