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This teacher and kid friendly web site provides educators and students with information, lesson plans, activities, and state contacts to increase agricultural literacy.
The California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom Web site describes teacher resources and activities available to heighten the agricultural awareness of students attending California schools.
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Four-H is the youth development education program of Virginia Cooperative Extension. Four-H participants are all youth, age 5 to 19, taking part in programs provided as the result of actions planned and initiated by Extension personnel in cooperation with volunteers.
Ag in the Classroom (AITC) is a program that has been developed to help students acquire adequate knowledge to function effectively as agriculturally literate citizens supportive of wise agricultural policies and programs. Its purpose is to encourage educators to incorporate more information about the food and fiber system into daily lessons and to help students understand the role of agriculture in the total economy.
4-H began as a simultaneous response to needs throughout the country, rather than as the idea of one individual. The goal of the program was to extend agricultural education to rural youth by organizing boys and girls clubs and through "learning by doing."
National Ag Day and the America's Largest Classroom on Agriculture Campaign are organized by the Agriculture Council of America (ACA). ACA is a non-profit organization composed of leaders in the agricultural, food and fiber community, dedicating its efforts to increasing ag literacy.
The mission of the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is to initiate and finance agricultural education and research projects of regional and national interest that have an impact on both the present and future of American agricultural production.
The Foundation assists in the education of K-12 teachers by providing resources that integrate information about agriculture into science, math, language arts, social studies and other school curriculum.
The mission of Massachusetts Agriculture in the Classroom is to foster an awareness and learning in all areas related to the food and agriculture industries and the economic and social importance of agriculture to the state, nation and the world.
Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom is a school-based education program helping students in grades K-12 gain broad-based agricultural knowledge. M-AITC is a public/private partnership between the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and numerous supporting organizations.
The purpose of Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom is to help Oklahoma school children understand the importance of agriculture in their daily lives - from the food they eat and the clothes they wear to its impact on Oklahoma's history and economy. We have educational materials for grades K-2 provided free to every elementary school in the state.
The mission of the IARC is to create an informed public with a positive image of modern agriculture.
The goal of Ag in the Classroom is to explain the importance of agriculture and how it effects our daily lives today and in the future.
Alabama Agriculture in the Classroom(AITC) is an interdisciplinary educational program that promotes Ag literacy for students in all grade levels K-12. AITC was incorporated as a non-profit foundation in 1987 for the purpose of making students aware of the importance of agriculture in their daily lives.
New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom is part of a national effort to develop an understanding and appreciation of one of the nation's major industries - agriculture. We provide support and reinforcement for all educators in the task of helping young people develop an awareness of the diversity of New Hampshire agriculture, its contribution to the state's economy and a basic understanding of food production.
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