Find resources for young tykes, teens involved in 4-H and FFA, MSU Collegiate Farm Bureau members, Young Farmers and more.
See our educational resources page for lessons aligned with state educational standards in many subject areas. Schedule an Ag in the Classroom visit today!
Are you 18 to 35? Do opportunities to learn and inform, educate, lead and serve interest you?
If yes, get to know our Young Farmer program!
Whether it's Agriculture in the Classroom lessons, a Project R.E.D. (Rural Education Day) or county fair activities, Promotion and Education volunteers share the story of Michigan agriculture with consumers of all ages!
Through sponsorship by the Michigan Foundation for Agriculture,
we are able to provide agriculture-based lesson materials for teachers and
farmer-volunteers to teach across all grade levels, as well as operate Michigan's only mobile interactive classroom - connecting agriculture and science!
Are you a high school senior or college student looking for scholarships?
Michigan Farm Bureau and many County Farm Bureaus have scholarships available.
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July 13, 2017
There has been a steady stream of activity by decision-makers to bolster career and technical education programs and the related work farmers and agricultural organizations have been doing has—over time—not only garnered attention but influenced action.
March 22, 2017
March 6, 2017
Celebrating the start of Food and Agriculture Month, Michigan Farm Bureau staff recently spent some quality time with the 11 new members of the state’s House Agriculture Committee covering a broad spectrum of topics ranging from Farm Bureau’s history and grass-roots policy process, to the organization’s legislative priorities.
January 27, 2017
More than 200 eager Farm Bureau members convened in Traverse City Jan. 23-24, setting a new attendance record for MFB’s Voice of Agriculture Conference.
November 29, 2016
It might be impossible to find a more passionate ag-vocate than Ionia County Farm Bureau Promotion and Education Chair and board member Daniela Dryer.