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September 25, 2018
Farm Credit and Ag in the Classroom Honor Outstanding Teachers
Six elementary and two secondary teachers from around the country receive the Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Awards for the innovative ways they use agricultural concepts to teach core academic subjects. The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Farm Credit make these awards possible.
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September 24, 2018
Supporting Future Agriculture Leaders Through Scholarships and School Gardens
Farm Credit supports young people at every stage of their agriculture education. From purchasing students’ 4-H or FFA livestock at the county fair, to supporting local school gardens, to providing scholarships to young adults throughout their collegiate studies, Farm Credit is committed to the next generation of agriculture leaders. Read more about how Capital Farm Credit supports the next generation of agriculture through scholarships and community grants.
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September 11, 2018
Empowering Teachers to Ensure the Future of Agriculture
The future of agriculture relies upon the successful transfer of knowledge from one generation of farmers to the next. The National Association of Agricultural Educators works towards this goal through the implementation of training programs that empower agricultural educators to teach Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) courses to high school students.
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August 30, 2018
Annie’s Project: Finding Your Voice
Leadership means speaking up for what you believe in. This second post in our Annie’s Project series shows how Annie's Project provides women with both the confidence to speak out about agriculture and the communication skills they need to do so. 
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August 30, 2018
Annie’s Project: Knowledge is Power
Annie’s Project prepares women for success on the farm and in business by teaching them critical agriculture and financial skills. Enjoy the next piece in our series on Annie's Project.