There are a variety of agricultural education activities that educators can participate in with their students. The event or activity is listed with a short description and the contact person.
Agriculture in the Classroom State Programs & Teacher Resources
The Arizona National Livestock Show coordinates a Farm Experience area for students and the general public. This interactive area lets children experience agriculture through hands-on activities. Contact Arizona National at (602) 258-8568 about arranging a visit for your students during the Arizona National Livestock Show held annually at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. The Farm Experience is open December 29-31. Visit www.anls.org for more information about the event.
This is North America's largest high school natural resources competition. It combines in-class curriculum with hands-on field experiences, while demonstrating the role people have in important natural resources issues such as forestry, wildlife management, water quality and soil erosion. The five-member team must express a commitment to participate in the statewide competition by December 1 each year. At the completion of the learning process, the Envirothon conducts a series of competitions. This is a year-long learning process that culminates in the statewide competition. Contact: http://www.azenvirothon.org