Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed March "Food and Agriculture Month" in honor of the state's agricultural diversity and bounty. How's your farm IQ?
March into your bookstore or local library and ask for "accurate agriculture” books for National Reading Month.
See our educational resources page for lessons aligned with state educational standards in many subject areas. Schedule an Ag in the Classroom visit today!
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Find agriculture lessons, activities and
classroom projects which align with Michigan content standards.
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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.
November 30, 2016
Maria Brown, a founding member of the St. Clair County Farm Bureau P&E Committee during its rebirth in 2009, is being honored by Michigan Farm Bureau with her second statewide award in 12 years for her efforts promoting agriculture.