We’re putting dairy on the map!
With Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom’s interactive “Grown in Oregon” map, you can see where your milk and dairy foods like cheese, yogurt and ice cream are made, as well as 30 other locally-grown foods.
There are many exciting career choices available in agriculture. Some are obvious, but there are others you may have never thought of before. Take a look at these jobs and think about which ones interest you the most.
You can visit a dairy farm today, and you don’t even have to get your shoes dirty. Through a partnership with Discovery Education, this new video explains modern dairy farming, dairy’s journey from farm to school, and the innovations that are helping care for cows and communities.
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In this free program, a volunteer will come to your classroom to do a reading and hands-on lesson that meets Oregon standards.
AITC also has a lending library with ag and dairy focused books.
Through classroom presentations and public events, state and county Dairy Princess-Ambassadors provide interesting insights and information about dairy farming and dairy products.
Kids enjoy this two-day event, aimed at helping families better understand where their food, fiber and flora come from. It is a unique learning experience, where hands-on exhibits make learning about Oregon’s vast agricultural industry educational and entertaining.