Coping with Stress in the Agricultural Community
You are not alone. Across the state and nation farmers struggle to cope with the effects of weather, low prices, crop losses and financial instability.
Washington Ag in the Classroom
Washington Agriculture in the Classroom is a school-based education program aimed at enhancing agricultural literacy in K-12 students and educators. CLICK HERE
Free Educational Video Sites
RefSeek’s guide to the 25 best online resources for finding free educational videos. With the exception of BrainPOP and Cosmeo, all listed sites offer their extensive video libraries for free and most without registration. CLICK HERE
AFBF Agriculture Foundation for Agriculture
The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is helping learners of all ages understand agriculture and the important role it plays in our daily lives.
Free At Home Educational Activities. CLICK HERE
How to home-school during the coronavirus crisis with free resources
You’re a home-schooler now? Check out these free resources for activities kids will love. CLICK HERE
120 Digital Resources for Home-Schooling: Special Education, Social and Emotional Learning, and More
This comprehensive list of resources covers everything from adaptive technology to the basics of reading and math. CLICK HERE
Support Washington Agriculture and become a member today!
- We all want safe, affordable, high quality food.
- We all want a robust Washington economy.
- Ensure the food supply chain stays intact. It is about food security for all of us!
- Your Washington Farm Bureau Membership will continue to make that happen.