Educational Resources

Educational Resources

Educational Resources

These programs, curricula, and learning modules can be used for educational programming and planning.

Sustainable Agriculture Resources and Programs for K-12 Youth

 

This 26-page guide to sustainable agriculture-oriented educational opportunities for schoolchildren features more than 75 programs and curricula nationwide, updated in 2019. Available only online.

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Sustainable Agriculture Learning Modules for High School Agriculture

 

Established with the aid of a NCR-SARE Professional Development grant, these Sustainable Agriculture Learning Modules from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln were created to offer insight into what sustainability within agriculture actually looks like.

Internship Curriculum for Food Farmers

 

With the help of an NCR-SARE Farmer Rancher Grant, three farmers worked with interns to develop 26 educational power point modules as part of a comprehensive intern educational program. The internship curriculum is useful for small farmers to use on their own to educate themselves and to provide a rich experience for interns.  

Edible Avalon Curriculum

 

This summer program curriculum teaches youth about local food systems and sustainable agriculture.  

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Towards a Sustainable Agriculture: A Curriculum for High School Classes

 

This free high-school curriculum addresses the social, environmental and economic impacts of agriculture. The curriculum provides a critical analysis of agricultural and food systems, and helps students understand new concepts through hands-on examples. The curriculum includes six modules, designed to be incorporated into existing classes.

Integrating Sustainability Education into the University Pre-Service Elementary Teacher Curriculum through the Use of School Gardens

 

Developed by Brian Bluhm, this curriculum is intended to provide pre-service elementary school teachers a sustainability learning experience in sustainable agriculture through the use of school gardens. 

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Product specs
Format: Topic Rooms
Year: 2015
Location: North Central | Northeast | South | West
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Availability varies by resource (many are accessible for free online). See individual resources for more information.