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Ag in the Classroom is back in the Classroom

By Katie Aikins, Arizona Farm Bureau Assistant Director of Education Arizona Farm Bureau’s Ag in the Classroom is back in the classroom! Here are some upcoming and new programs for the 2016-2017 school year.   Fall Ag Literacy AITC offered … Continue reading

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Arizona Farmers get more Crop per Drop

By Lauren Scott, Arizona Farm Bureau Intern  Water is important to farmers and ranchers across the globe, it grows their crops and waters their livestock, after all. Here in the desert state of Arizona, it can be an even more … Continue reading

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Play Farm to Cart Your Next Family Game Night

Tired of Trouble? Stumped by Scrabble (um where is the dictionary?) Still mad about the last round of Monopoly? The American Farm Bureau for Agriculture may have found the solution! Try out Farm to Cart! An easy to play, fun … Continue reading

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The Hohokam People, Ancient Arizona Farmers

The Hohokam were one of the United States’ first great Native American civilizations. They inhabited parts of southern and central Arizona near the Salt, Gila, Verde, Santa Cruz, and San Pedro rivers from around the year 600 to around 1450 … Continue reading

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6 Ag-related Summertime Boredom Busters For Kids

School is out in Arizona and the kids are home. After the excitement of being home from school wears off, kids may find themselves to be bored and falling into routines of binge watching television and playing too many video … Continue reading

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