National Grange Foundation Sponsors National Ag-In-The-Classroom
Have an idea for an agricultural literacy project? Want to attend the 2022 National Agriculture in the Classroom national conference in Saratoga Springs, New York, but can’t afford to do so? The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture (AFBFA) is now accepting applications for the White-Reinhardt Grant program for agricultural literacy projects and the Scholarship program for support to attend the national conference. Applications for both programs are due Oct. 15, and go through a review process involving the applicant’s state Farm Bureau.  READ MORE
Utah Farmer, Honored as 2020 Agriculture Advocate of the Year
The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) and National Grange selected Utah farmer and Utah Farm Bureau Women’s Committee District Chair Sara Harward as the winner of its Agriculture Advocate Award for 2020.  READ MORE
We’re in This Together T-shirt Fundraiser
Many Granges have been doing amazing things to support the needs of their neighbors, stepping up in ways that we never could have imagined, during the COVID-19 Crisis. Grange Foundation is committed to giving back to members who are giving back to their communities.  READ MORE
Virginia Dairy Farmer Selected as 2019 Agriculture Advocate of the Year
The National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (NAITCO) and National Grange have selected Virginia beef and dairy farmer and educator Debbie Brubaker as the winner of its Agriculture Advocate Award for 2019.Brubaker won the award for expanding her ‘Dairy Day’ event into one that covers 20 different commodities to educate students about local agriculture, participating in STEM school events to demonstrate to students the important role agriculture plays in science and the natural world, reading as part of Virginia Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom’s Agriculture Literacy Project and hosting hundreds of students at ‘Dairy Days’ at the Franklin County Fair each year. Brubaker estimates she has reached about 60,000 students with the message of the importance of agriculture over the years. But it’s Brubaker’s graphic design skills that make her special.  READ MORE