Every year, Illinois Farm Bureau pairs farmers with Chicago classrooms through their Adopt A Classroom program. The farmers and teachers work together to share letters, pictures, videos, and classroom visits to help give urban students a better understanding of agriculture and rural life. Last fall I signed up for the program and was paired with… Continue reading Letters From Our Adopted Classroom
We have had a very special visitor on the farm for the last two weeks! Flat Aggie, Flat Stanley's cousin, travels all over the United States visiting farms and ranches to learn about agriculture. We had the pleasure of hosting Aggie for a few weeks during farrowing season, so he learned all about the pigs… Continue reading Flat Aggie Came to Visit!
I miss teaching Ag in the Classroom. A lot. For me, Ag in the Classroom was so much more than a job. It was something I was truly passionate about. So I enjoy taking every chance I can to continue sharing information about agriculture. My blog and other social media accounts have provided me with… Continue reading Ag Outside the Classroom
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase a book via my link, I may receive a fee at no extra cost to you. For those of you that know me, you might know that I kind of like children's books. Ok... I love children's books. Ok fine! I hoard children's books. (They say admitting… Continue reading Gotta Go! Gotta Go!