Florida Agriculture in the Classroom offers workshops throughout the state to demonstarte how agriculture can be integrated into Florida’s state standards. Workshops include lunch, free teacher resources, curriculum, hands-on opportunities and more. Teachers of any grade level and volunteers who want to learn more about agriculture are welcome to register!
If you are interested in having a workshop scheduled in your area, please request one here!
Lee County Workshop
September 22, 2018
Join us for this one-day garden focused workshop! This workshop will include free resources, curriculum connections, hands-on applications and more! The workshop will be held at Littleton Elementary School. The cost is $5.00 and we will provide lunch! The workshop begins at 9:00am and will be finished at 3:00pm. ***This workshop is Lee County Servce Points Approved!***Register Now! Only 50 slots are available!
Get Ready, get set, GROW! School Garden Workshop: Escambia County
October 8th, 2018
Get Ready: Build a team, find support, develop a timeline. Get Set: Create a plan, select your supplies, coordinate your lesson plans. GROW: Watch both students and plants thrive with your new hands-on teaching tool! If you are new to gardening or want to create an interactive gardening experience with your students, this workshop is for you! Join Florida Agriculture in the Classroom to learn the basics to gardening and how to use your garden as a teaching tool! Teachers do not need a garden or gardening experience to attend! Participants will benefit from hands on gardening activities, curriculum connections, make n’ takes and more! The workshop is free and lunch is provided!
Location: Escambia County Extension Langley Bell 4-H Center:3730 Stefani Road Cantonment, FL 32533
Workshop Time: 8:30am-3:00pm, Registration starting at 8:00am
Escambia Teachers: Please register via Performance Matters: Section# 31522, Course# 5087
Gardening for Nutrition Webinars
Webinars were presented to UF/IFAS Extension Family Nutrition Program, but can be used by formal and informal educators.