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Training Tuesday

Summer 2021 Trainings

Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom is offering three live ZOOM trainings and two in-person events.

Essay Contest

Wisconsin Farm Facts

Check out the new brochure and resources.

Matching Grants

June Dairy Month COVID Ideas

Resources to celebrate June Dairy Month. Activities include links to lessons and websites, and ideas that can be done at an in-person, virtual or drive-by event.

Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom offers a number of events throughout the year. From the summer Bus Tour to back-to-school meetings, there is something for everyone.

Check out the lesson plans available for students of all ages. Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom seeks to incorporate agricultural concepts into existing curriculum.

Funding is available for teachers and other educational groups to help students learn about the importance of agriculture in our daily lives.

About Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom

Wisconsin Ag in the Classroom  program provides teaching resources and lesson plans to teachers and classroom volunteers to help K-12 students develop an understanding of how their food is grown and raised. The program seeks to work within existing curricula to provide basic information on the nation’s largest industry: agriculture.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WISCONSIN AG IN THE CLASSROOM HERE