Agricultural education teaches students about agriculture, food and natural resources.
Connecting with the earth allowed the students to transport themselves and each other across cultural and language barriers, behavior issues, and stressful home environments.
What do you do when students make it all the way to college and don't understand where food comes from or why and how it is produced? Dr. Robert Beckstead of UGA did not sit idly by, he created a college level class to get students to think critically about ag.
We will be celebrating ag literacy volunteers all year by adding more stories to this article! Thank you to everyone who goes out there and helps educate about agriculture!
We are seeing green! Read about where some of our favorite green foods come from. Perfect for the start of spring! Includes book recommendations, videos and more.
What do strangers, cranberries, and beef have in common? Author of Time for Cranberries & participant in the On the Farm Author Experience, Lisl Detlefsen writes about being inspired to share the story of agriculture with others.