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Eleanor Jones-Sato, a fourth-grade student from Janesville, and Bree Stalsberg, a fifth-grade student from Fennimore, have been selected as state winners in the Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom essay contest. Wisconsin fourth and fifth graders were asked to write a 500-word essay with the theme, “Wisconsin Agriculture is Fruit-full!” Eleanor Jones-Sato is the winner of […]

Eighteen young writers were named state finalists in the Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom Essay Contest. Wisconsin fourth and fifth graders were asked to author an essay with the theme ‘Wisconsin Agriculture is Fruit-full!’ as part of the annual essay contest that focuses on food and agriculture. The contest is open to all fourth- and

Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation’s Agriculture in the Classroom program has awarded $5,000 to educators and agricultural literacy programs. Grant dollars will support innovative core curricula initiatives that incorporate agriculture concepts while helping students meet academic standards and develop career readiness skills. “Agriculture is one of Wisconsin’s largest sectors, providing nearly one in every nine jobs

Wisconsin fourth and fifth grade writers have a chance to win a Flex Farm hydroponic growing system for their school, when they submit an essay entry to the Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom Essay Contest.  The annual essay contest hosted by Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom and Wisconsin Farm Bureau Foundation invites students in both

Emily Kamps has been named the 2023 Wisconsin Agriculture in the Classroom Outstanding Teacher. Kamps is a third-grade educator at Fennimore Elementary in Fennimore. The Outstanding Teacher Award honors K-12 educators working to enhance student learning and achievement in core subjects while increasing student awareness and understanding of the important role agriculture plays in students’