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Student Programs

Teaching the Importance of Ag

Bringing young, bright minds into the agricultural world early is key to long-term acceptance and understanding of the industry’s importance. Michigan Farm Bureau’s Center for Education and Leadership Development works with students at the elementary level culminating in a collegiate-level membership program designed to create a lasting relationship with agriculture and Michigan Farm Bureau.

County Promotion & Education

Michigan Farm Bureau takes ag-focused promotion and education seriously. From County Farm Bureau efforts like Project R.E.D. (Rural Education Day) and county fair activities, the Promotion and Education arm of Michigan Farm Bureau is led by a state committee with representation from each of Michigan Farm Bureau's 12 districts, active P&E committees can be found within county Farm Bureau organizations across Michigan.

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Collegiate Farm Bureau

Offering college students the opportunity to network with peers as well as industry professionals, the Collegiate Farm Bureau provides a gateway to create relationships and learning experiences while becoming advocates for agriculture.

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Farm Science Lab

Reaching students in elementary school, this hands-on mobile learning experience has proven to be a tremendous success. A pair of mobile labs visit schools throughout Michigan with ag-friendly lessons that kids love.

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Ag in the Classroom

Bringing agriculture education directly to students is the primary focus of Ag In The Classroom. Providing ag-accurate curriculum for teachers and organizing local educational events, Ag in the Classroom takes the farm to the students.