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Grants to Florida PreK-12 Teachers for Innovative Agricultural Learning Programs

Florida Farm Bureau Agriculture in the Classroom (FFB-AITC) Mini-Grant


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Geographic Focus
USA: Florida

Important Dates
Deadline: 10/01/23 11:59 PM EST Save

Grant Description
Grants of up to $250 to Florida PreK-12 teachers for activities that integrate agriculture into the school curriculum. Funding is intended for innovative programs and projects that improve the understanding of agriculture for students and teachers across the state. Proposals must include agricultural concepts and student involvement.

Innovation and an inter-disciplinary approach are important judging criteria. Extensive student involvement and the subsequent effect on the students are very important to Florida Farm Bureau Federation. Field trips and assemblies must be linked to classroom learning objectives and applications should outline specific pre and post activities. 


Additional Eligibility Criteria
Certified Florida teachers engaged in classroom instruction at the pre-kindergarten through 12th-grade levels who integrate agricultural concepts into everyday core curricula may apply.

Grant checks will be made payable to the school, not to an individual.

Due to food safety concerns, compost and/or animal waste is not to be used on edible plants in school gardens.

Pre-Application Information
The online application closes on October 1, 2023, at 11:59 P.M. (EST)

The announcement of awards will be on November 20, 2023, via email.

The checks will be personally delivered by a Women’s Leadership Committee member and a Florida Farm Bureau Federation representative for a photo opportunity.

Additional information:

Estimated Size of Grant
Up to $250

Term of Contract
Grant checks must be cashed and used in the school year awarded.

Contact Information
Apply online:

For further assistance, please contact:
Taylor Swoyer
Phone: (352) 384-2630

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