We can help you expand your students' knowledge of agriculture, the environment and natural resources.
The Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation provides free curriculum, resources and training to K-12 educators. The program promotes using agriculture to teach science, math, history, nutrition and other subjects across existing curriculum. We are currently offering a variety of online resources to meet distance learning needs in light of the COVID-19 virus and school closures. Follow the link below to the e-learning lab!
Help students explore the beauty and bounty of Oregon agriculture with our annual Calendar Art Contest. Students in grades K-6 are invited to submit their originally artistic depiction of agriculture in our state. Contest entries are due May 6, 2020!
Agriculture in the Classroom is a nationwide educational program designed to help students develop an awareness and understanding that agriculture is the source of our food, clothing, shelter and other essentials. In Oregon, the program is a non-profit, 501 (c)(3) foundation. The College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University (OSU) provides office space on the OSU campus.