The future of family farm agriculture depends heavily upon the civic involvement of the next generation. National Farmers Union believes young people can practice good citizenship now, and not only when they reach adulthood. Farmers Union encourages this through leadership training and opportunities for young people as early as first grade.
With this in mind, National Farmers Union creates educational materials for grades 1 through 12 that local, state and regional Farmers Union education leaders use in day classes, camps and other teaching opportunities. NFU also encourages the use of these educational materials in classrooms. Reprinting or linking to these materials is permitted with proper attribution to National Farmers Union. Contact Sarah Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
“Broaden Your Horizons ” 2016 Curriculum
“Farming Means a World of Good” 2015 Curriculum
“Renewable Energy” 2013 Curriculum
“Cooperatives: The Business of Teamwork” – tailored to New England
This version of the “Co-operatives: The Business of Teamwork” 2012 curriculum, was tailored to New England by New England Farmers Union and the Neighboring Food Co-op Association/
“Cooperatives: The Business of Teamwork” 2012 Curriculum
“Cooperatives: Strength in Numbers, Strength in You” 2012 Curriculum
“Leading by Serving” 2010 Youth Curriculum
“Planet Stewardship” 2009 Youth Curriculum
“Project Citizenship” 2008 Youth Curriculum
“Eat Fresh, Buy Local” 2007 Youth Curriculum