How to Grow a Monster Resource Grants
The purpose of these grants is to provide educator packs that include 1 copy of the Book of the Year: How to Grow a Monster, 1 copy of the accompanying educator guide, and 1 set of 30 School Garden ag mags for educational use
Purple Plow Challenge
Purple Plow Challenges are makerspace STEM seasonal challenges that ask students to help solve an issue agriculture is facing today.
On The Farm Experience
Discover science brought to life by American beef cattle ranchers, researchers, nutritionists and veterinarians. The On the Farm program was designed to equip you with free lessons, activities, online learning tools and enriching professional development events.
Feeding Minds Press
Accurate and Engaging Books about Agriculture
Christina Sue Lilja Resource Grants
To provide funds for educators to purchase ag literacy resources from the Ag Foundation store.
The White-Reinhardt Grant Program funds projects that will increase agricultural literacy.
The White-Reinhardt Fund for Education is a special project of the Foundation in cooperation with the AFB Women’s Leadership Committee. It was established to honor two former chairs of that committee, Berta White and Linda Reinhardt
My American Farm
My American Farm is a free educational game platform used to engage pre-K through fifth grade learners. Today the free site offers agriculturally-themed games and more than 100 free educator resources such as free ag lesson plans, activity sheets and comics.
Foundation Leader Awards
Our awards program is an effort to recognize and honor excellence.
Book of the Year Award
What does it take to become a book of the year? Guidelines and previously awarded books are listed as well as instructions for submitting a nomination.