August 1, 2020
By: Staff Report
TAMPA, Fla. – The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is providing educators and parents with tools that can be adapted to traditional, virtual and home classrooms to help students learn how food is grown.
The Foundation has also awarded $17,000 to educators and communities through the White-Reinhardt Fund for education program for the fall. Ten classroom and community ag literacy projects across the country will receive $1,000 each to build on their efforts. In addition, the Foundation will provide $100 gift cards to 70 educators across the country to use at the online store.
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