Grants & Grant Programs
Florida Agriculture in the Classroom distributes Volunteer Grants in the spring and Teacher Grants in the fall. Volunteer Grants are available to members of state and county Farm Bureaus, University of Florida/IFAS extension and 4-H agents, master gardeners, and others who are members of a non-profit association striving to educate students in kindergarten through 12th grade about the importance of Florida agriculture. Teacher Grants are available to general education teachers kindergarten through 12th grade, and agri-science teachers who have agriculture related classroom or schoolyard projects they would like to carry out.
Mini School Garden and Team School Garden Grant Opportunities Now Available for Florida Teachers
Florida Agriculture in the Classroom, Inc. once again is offering this school year an opportunity for individual Florida teachers to apply for $500 school garden mini grants and a team of at least three Florida teachers to apply for $1,000 school garden grants. The easy, online application process will become available Sept. 1, 2013, and will remain available online until all of the funds are spent. The guidelines for the grant are at the top of the application. Please note teachers from the same school can only apply for one or the other grant, not both. Thank you for your interest in our school garden grant program. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
Applications for only the team school grants has been closed due our quota of grants being fulfilled. We still have Mini School Garden Grants available. The online application is below. Thank you for your great response.
To see which schools have already been approved for these grants this year click here.Mini Grant Application
Ag volunteer grant program
Industry reps are invited to apply for Volunteer Grants
The 2014 Volunteer Grant Application is now online and due March 14, 2014. Farm Bureau members, University of Florida IFAS Extension and 4-H agents, and other industry representatives are eligible. Grant funds should be used to help educate students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade about the importance of Florida agriculture.
Teacher grant program
Florida Agriculture in the Classroom is pleased to offer Teacher Grants for the 2014-15 school year. The grant is open to general education and agri-science teachers in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade who want to use agricultural concepts to teach core subject areas are eligible. The deadline for applications is Oct. 1, but we will only be accepting the first 40 complete applications. Be sure to read the PowerPoint for helpful hint on completing the application correctly. The application will go live August 1st.
Click here (August 1st) for Grant Guidelines, Informational PowerPoint and Grant Application
*The Keeping Florida Green lessons the application refers to are all the lessons we currently have on our website on our teacher center.
Archived News Releases on Teacher Grant Programs
- Read the News Release about the 2013-2014 Teacher Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2012-2013 Teacher Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2011-2012 Teacher Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2010-2011 Teacher Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2009-2010 Teacher Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2008-2009 Teacher Grants (PDF)
Archived News Releases on previously funded Volunteer Grants
- Read the News Release about the 2013 Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2012 Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2011 Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2010 Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2009 Grants (PDF)
- Read the News Release about the 2008 Grants (PDF)
Additional school garden grants available to teachers
Check out the following website: www.FuelUptoPlay60.com
Want to go to the National Ag in the Classroom Conference in Hershey Pennsylvania? Here is a scholarship link to help get you there. http://www.agfoundation.org/index.php?action=whatwesupport.scholarships
Check out the following site for mini grants: http://www.agfoundation.org/index.php?action=whatwesupport.minigrants