Teaching the next generation about where their food comes from is a truly special privilege.
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture unveiled a new webpage dedicated to helping students & parents learn where their food comes from
Farming has come a long way since the days of Old MacDonald and his pitchfork
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AFBFA is awarding $17,000 to educators and communities through the White-Reinhardt Fund for Education program this fall. Ten classroom and community ag literacy projects across the country will receive $1,000 each to build on their efforts.
A recent American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture blog post celebrates all that the dairy industry contributes to the world, including milk, butter, cheese, yogurt and ice cream.
Utah County Farm Bureau's Sara Harward was selected by the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) and National Grange as its Advocate of the Year.
Unfortunately for many in rural America, an already troubling situation is being made worse by lack of the critical connections only high-speed internet can provide.
Through its On the Farm STEM events, the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has connected more than 215 educators with beef farmers and ranchers, researchers, nutritionists and veterinarians.
The Foundation for Agriculture is leading the way in educating consumers about modern farming.