Indiana Agriculture in the Classroom

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Agriculture in the Classroom is a grassroots agricultural outreach program for school children in grades Pre-K through 12, facilitated by Indiana Farm Bureau and coordinated nationwide by the United States Department of Agriculture. This program helps kids understand where the food they eat is grown and how important farmers are to their daily lives.

Each year, registered volunteers all across Indiana visit classrooms to teach more than 60,000 students about agriculture through in-class lessons, hands-on activities, educational events, on-farm experiences and field trips.  

The Indiana Agriculture in the Classroom program offers standards-based lessons and materials, many free of charge, to schools, community groups, and other non-profit organizations that wish to integrate agriculture into their curriculum.


For additional information on Agriculture in the Classroom, please contact your County Farm Bureau or email IN Agriculture in the Classroom.


Classroom Center

Indiana Farm Bureau provides educational materials and guest presenters to help schools and not-for-profit organizations train others on the impact agriculture has in their communities. LEARN MORE

Adopt a Classroom

The Adopt a Classroom program connects INFB volunteers with teachers from the across the state to help children understand the importance of Indiana agriculture.  LEARN MORE

Volunteer Center

If you are  passionate about helping others understand the impact of agriculture on their day-to-day lives, please consider volunteering your time and talents toward this goal. LEARN MORE

Programs and Events

Indiana Farm Bureau provides the latest information on agriculture-related seminars and conferences to anyone interested in continuing their education on this important topic. LEARN MORE

Scholarships & Grants

Indiana Farm Bureau sponsors several scholarships and grants to help volunteer and professional educators pursue training and funding opportunities to strengthen their individual and county Farm Bureau's ag literacy efforts. LEARN MORE