Whether it's Agriculture in the Classroom lessons, a Project R.E.D. (Rural Education Day) or county fair activities, Promotion and Education (P&E) volunteers share the story of Michigan agriculture with consumers of all ages.
Led by a state committee with representation from each of Michigan Farm Bureau's 11 districts, active P&E committees can be found within county Farm Bureau organizations across Michigan.
Michigan Farm Bureau’s Voice of Agriculture Conference
helps you learn how to positively promote Michigan agriculture to school
children, adults and the media.
The Michigan Farm Bureau State Promotion & Education Committee serves as an active voice for agriculture, educating youth, farmers, consumers and public officials about the industry. The committee consists of 22 volunteer members, two from each of Farm Bureau's 11 districts.
The Agricultural Promoter of the Year award is designed to recognize
outstanding successful people that both promote and educate throughout
the agricultural and public communities, with efforts evenly disbursed between child and adult education
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.