Growing with Google: The new AFBF partnership to help agriculture teachers

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture is partnering with Google!

The foundation is working with Grow with Google to help 2,000 teachers further their digital skills. Through an eight month period, the Farm Bureau Fellows Program will help educators develop fast paced curriculum that includes agriculture and technology skills. The lessons will be available and free to all who are interested.

To learn more and to apply for the program, click HERE.

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