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#teachKYag Connection: Curriculum and Resources for Teachers

​The possibilities for including agriculture-based lessons in the classroom daily are endless. Kentucky teachers may sign up for our newsletter that provides curriculum, resources, and ideas from our agriculture in the classroom community. 

Agriculture Literacy Network: Tools and Training for Educators

​Involved in agricultural education through school visits, extension, agriculture festivals, and on-farm tours? We want to equip you with the latest resources to make a lasting impact. Join our network of farmers and farm educators!

The Kentucky Agriculture and Environment in the Classroom, Inc. is a 501c3 non-profit coalition of agriculture organizations, businesses and individuals working to teach more students the significance and impact agriculture has on their daily lives through program development, promotion, and classroom integration. Improved agricultural literacy develops the next generation of informed consumers and agriculture workforce. 

Mobile Science Activity Centers

​The Kentucky Department of Agriculture has mobile classrooms for schools or events where students can investigate science concepts related to agriculture and the environment. KyAEC and its members purchased the classroom trailers, technology, and supplies.

Agriculture Adventures is Available for Your School

​Agriculture Adventures is a mobile program that provides an assembly and hands-on activities about agriculture through science, social studies, nutrition, and vocational studies.

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Kentucky Agriculture & Environment in the Classroom

Kentucky Farms Feed Me Virtual Field Trips and Passport Program

This virtual field trip series and curriculum brings the farms and farmers to your classrooms, learning centers, and homes. Students will learn more about local food and farmers so they can make informed decisions about food choices. Students will also learn about the daily work of farmers and get a glimpse of skills needed for farming, food processing, and business management. 

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