A day to recognize and celebrate the abundance provided by agriculture. Every year, producers, agricultural associations, corporations, universities, government agencies and countless other across America join together to recognize the contributions of agriculture.
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USDA provides students, parents, and teachers with youth-geared information and resources related to agriculture.
Dole Food Company is a founding member of the National SuperKids for Better Health Program. Dole is a leader in children’s nutrition education and committed to encouraging children and their families to eat five to nine servings of fruits and vegetables every day.
The EPA Environmental Kids Club is the Environmental Protection Agency's website for kids. It will help them explore their environment and learn how to protect it. The site includes games, pictures and stories.
The mission of Farm Safety 4 Just Kids is to promote a safe farm environment to prevent health hazards, injuries and fatalities to children and youth.
A compilation of agriculture statistics by state.
Kids Farm is about animals and people that live and work on a ranch in Colorado. Young children can learn about farm and wild animals, animal sounds, what grows, farm equipment and a wildlife rehab center. It is also a tool for teachers.
Helping young minds grow. Sponsored by the National Gardening Association.
Agricultural Research Service: Solving problems for the growing world. | ARS' Sci4Kids: Bridging the gap between science, agriculture and you.
Learn why protecting our farmland is so important. Look for this information on the far right side of the Web page.
An investigative tool that allows 4th grade students and older to think critically about how farmers make production decisions. From the CropLife Ambassador Network (CAN), the free outreach education program of the Mid America CropLife Association (MACA).