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Arizona Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom (AITC) is your one stop for all things education and agriculture!
Each year their program reaches 140,000+ Arizona students, teachers, and consumers through engaging hands-on presentations and resources.
Get AITC scheduled for your school!
Farm Bureau is unique because it gives each farm and ranch member the chance to direct the organization’s work. And the way we do that is through our policy development process. Our members and staff take seriously the responsibility of reviewing longstanding policy to make sure it’s still relevant and creating new policy to guide our staff’s work at the local, state, and federal level. Watch the video to see how the policy development process unfolds.
Visit the AZFB Advocacy webpage for more information: azfb.org/Advocacy
Feeding Minds Press strives to publish engaging children's books about modern agriculture.
These books focus on what farms really look like today - not 100 years ago. And the stories are as fun as they are educational!
Maricopa County has a wide variety of farms, ranches and direct markets.
Please support your local farm and ranch families!
Ag Literacy Grants
Maricopa County offers Ag Literacy Grants to schools and programs!
We are seeking programs or projects that:
Teach the importance of agriculture as the source of food and fiber
Utilize science-based, factual materials and/or presentations
Cover the entire growing/production cycle
Include emphasis on Maricopa County agriculture
Reach as many students as possible
Deadline to apply is April 30th.
Maricopa County Farm Bureau offers four $2,500 scholarships to students from families who are members of Maricopa County Farm Bureau!
Scholarships will be given to two high school seniors entering a University, College or Trade School for the first time. The other two will be awarded to two current University, College or Trade School students continuing his or her post-high school undergraduate degree or certification program.
There are no restrictions on the location of the school – only that it be an accredited University, College or Trade School.
Deadline to apply is March 31st.
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