Ag in the Classroom Articles

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Three New Books, Two New Videos, One Important Topic: Careers in Ag

9/18/2018

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has released three new books and two new videos to complement its updated My American Farm game

BERRY Surprising Facts

9/17/2018

While we often refer to strawberries, raspberries and blackberries as berries, they are actually aggregate fruits.

National Read a Book Day is Sept. 6

9/2/2018

National Read a Book Day is Sept. 6

‘Meet the Farmer’ Attracts Visitors in Chicago Museum

8/29/2018

Visitors to the popular Museum of Science & Industry in Chicago recently had the opportunity to meet real farmers

Updated Agriculture & the Environment Middle School Lessons Available

8/28/2018

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture recently introduced updated Agriculture & the Environment middle school lessons.

National 4-H Launches ‘Inspire Kids to Do’ Campaign with Twitter Party

8/28/2018

To kick off #30DaysofDoing be sure to join the hour-long Twitter party on Tuesday, Aug. 28, starting at 9 p.m. Eastern.

Applications Open for 2019 Nuffield International Farming Scholarships

8/27/2018

The program provides $30,000 in scholarship funds to study agriculture with more than 10 scholarships

Fire Up the Grill!

8/23/2018

Nothing screams the good times of summer more than a flame-grilled hamburger.

Get Out Your Ice Cream Scoops

8/23/2018

Utah is known for its beautiful mountains and the fact that we consume mountains of ice cream. Any day is a good day for ice cream in Utah!

Farm Bureau Recognizes Communications Boot Camp Graduates

8/4/2018

The American Farm Bureau recognized 15 farm and ranch women leaders -- including southern Utah's Sherrie Lou (Staheli) Tate -- as graduates of the organization’s 12th annual Women’s Communications Boot Camp.

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