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    2016 Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award

    Dear Teachers and Volunteers: Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. (FAITC) each year sponsors an awards program for Florida teachers who use agricultural concepts in their reading, writing, math, science and social studies classes. Classroom agricultural connections can include innovative schoolyard and classroom gardens, animal

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    Educating Florida students about how to raise chickens and grow vegetables were just a few of the local 4-H and Farm Bureau projects Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. approved for funding as part of its 2015 Volunteer Grants program. The Gainesville-based non-profit organization approved

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    Florida Ag in the Classroom has a new look!

    Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. (FAITC) has a new look. The Gainesville-based non-profit organization has adopted a new logo that prominently features an orange, Florida’s signature crop. ‘We wanted a fresh, new look that clearly identified Florida Agriculture in the Classroom as representing our

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    STEM Garden Lessons Needed

    STEM Garden Lessons Needed. Earn extra money over the summer. Lesson proposals due June 5, 2015. The third book in Florida Agriculture in the Classroom’s school garden curricula series will be STEM’ing Up Gardening for Grades. FAITC is inviting Florida 6th through 12th grade teachers

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    Ag Lit Day Readers Reach 58,000 Students

    Hundreds of Florida agriculture industry partners including Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam H. Putnam read in honor of Florida Agriculture Literacy Day this year, reaching more than 58,000 elementary students statewide, according Agriculture Literacy Day sponsor Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. Click here for the official

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    Florida Agriculture in the Classroom Elects New Slate of Officers

    Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. has elected new officers for 2015-17. Tamara Wood, a representative of Florida Citrus Mutual, is the new chairwoman of the Gainesville-based non-profit organization. She has served on the Florida Agriculture in the Classroom board of directors for eight years.

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