Ag in the Classroom Articles




Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture: 50 Years and Growing


In the beginning the Foundation focused primarily on research for advancing agricultural mechanization and technology

Foundation for Agriculture to Announce New Book of the Year at Annual Convention


The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture will announce its 11th Book of the Year on Sunday, Jan. 7, at the AFBF Annual Convention & IDEAg Trade Show in Nashville, Tennessee

Farm Bureau members to address critical issues at 2017 Annual Convention


Farm Bureau members invited to celebrate the ‘Miracle of Agriculture’ at 2017 Annual Convention in Layton

Apples4Ed Initiative Launched


The U.S. Apple Association, the School Nutrition Association and the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture are teaming up for a new initiative called Apples4Ed.

September is National Honey Month


National Honey Month, initiated by the National Honey Board in 1989, marks an important time for honey producers and beekeepers across the nation.

Americans Pay the Least for Food


U.S. consumers spend just 10 percent of their disposable income on food each year, while those in other countries spend much more.

Farmers Again Reaching out to Community on KSL's Studio 5 program


KSl Studio 5 segment with Sara Harward

SNAP – It Ain’t Just For Cities


Data reveals that residents of rural communities depend on SNAP as much as, and potentially more than, their urban counterparts.

Food Fact Friday! 15 Fantastic Food and Farm Facts


Although most of us aren’t involved in full-time food production, it can still be fun – and educational – to ponder facts about how modern farmers and ranchers go about their work.

4-H and Google Team Up to Bring Computer Science Education to Kids Across the Country


4-H and Google on Friday announced they are coming together for a first-of-its-kind computer science collaboration that will teach kids both technical skills, like coding, and essential life skills, like teamwork and resilience.