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In: Agricultural Literacy

12
Apr

Why to Create Partnerships with Other Ag Groups

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What do burgers remind you of? Memorial Day cookouts? Summertime? Us too. They also remind us…

29
Mar

Play with Your Food: A Hands-on Corn Kernel for Classroom Activities

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Did your parents ever have to tell you, “Don’t play with your food!” when you were…

01
Mar

How to Talk with Consumers about Farming

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“Grass-fed” vs. “grass-finished.” “Antibiotic-free” vs. “raised without antibiotics.” “Not-organic” vs. “conventional.” Recognize these phrases? In each…

01
Feb

Giving People a Personal Connection to Farming

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Ask any of your fellow ag educators, “What’s the biggest barrier to agricultural literacy?” and see…

04
Jan

How to Address Barriers to Agricultural Literacy

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Happy New Year, and welcome to the start of a new blog series! Like last year’s…

16
Mar

How Informed Consumers Help the Ag Industry

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⇦ Return to Blog How Informed Consumers Help the Ag Industry   Welcome back to our agricultural…

16
Feb

How to Reach Consumers with Agriculture’s Message

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⇦ Return to Blog   How to Reach Consumers with Agriculture’s Message   In the last post…

17
Jan

Consumer Curiosity and Why We Love It

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⇦ Return to Blog Consumer Curiosity and Why We Love It   A couple months ago, we looked at…

13
Dec

The Myth of Frankenfood

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⇦ Return to Blog The Myth of Frankenfood   Scientific consensus tells us that genetically modified organisms…

01
Dec

Top 6 Misconceptions About Agriculture

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⇦ Return to Blog Top 6 Misconceptions About Agriculture   A little while back, we came across…