Submit your kids’/students’ questions about food and farming and we will have a REAL farmer or rancher make a video reply.
This year’s On the Farm program brought together teams of high school educators with experts in science education, agricultural science, and beef production to the farmers, ranchers, and agriculture operators of Tennessee.
Author Michelle Houts writes on her inspiration for the newest accurate ag book from Feeding Minds Press, BARN AT NIGHT which publishes on September 14th.
Learn all about honey and pollinators in honor of National Honey Month!
The winners of the Spring 2021 Purple Plow Challenge, H2Grow, have been chosen!
For September 2021
September is National Fruits and Veggies Month! Get some at home learning ideas!
Farmers work year-round to get food on our table, but here we explore some popular fruits and veggies that are in season in the summer!
For August 2021
August is National Sandwich Month! Take a bite out of some of our favorite educational activities related to sandwiches and lunch.
With nearly 600 applicants, 51 educators were randomly selected to receive $100 credits to the Farm Bureau store, thanks to the contributions from the CSL Foundation and another generous donor.
For July 2021
Hooray for summer! Let the fun begin! With summer comes some delicious foods - why not add a bit of knowledge as a side dish?
What foods make you think of the 4th? Do you know where they come from? Can you guess 3 fruits that are actually berries?
We are excited to announce that we have launched a limited-series podcast, "Farmer Says." In this series, real kids ask their questions about farming and get answers from real farmers!
For June 2021
No whey- June is Dairy Month! Check out these resources to learn more about dairy.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has awarded $9,500 in grants to 10 communities that are creating new and exciting ways to help learners of all ages understand agriculture and the important role it plays in their lives.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture announces educator teams to join immersive STEM training designed to further agriculture education in classrooms across the country.
Parents, grandparents, educators and librarians have an important role in helping young learners get a glimpse of the unfamiliar outside their classrooms, homes and communities. Farms provide an engaging and educational destination for young learners as they explore the world through books.
For May 2021
At home learning fun for May 2021!
For April 26, 2021
What do you wonder?
For April 19,2021
April 22nd is Earth Day learn how farmers are working to take care of the land.
Executive Director Daniel Meloy shares how the Foundation provides tools and resources for educators to be better equipped in this blog post.