Learn to Farm Mini-Grant for Teachers
In an effort to teach students that agriculture is an integral part of our everyday environment and that farming is exciting and important, the SC Farm Bureau Young Farmer and Rancher program offers a Learn-to-Farm classroom mini-grant program for teachers in public and private schools.
The mini-grant program will provide a $500 mini-grant to a school in each of the four South Carolina Farm Bureau districts for teachers who qualify through an application process.
Teachers must design a project that includes production agriculture crops and/or activities related to successfully growing and producing food or fiber. Examples: wheat, corn, oats, peanuts, cotton, fruits, vegetables, honey bees, composting, vermiculture, soil nutrition, among other effective farming practices. Goals and objectives must be clearly stated and measurable, and the project must directly involve their students.
The project must be advised by a county Farm Bureau volunteer leader, and mini-grant recipients will be in communication with a state YF&R committee member throughout the process.
Deadline for applications is October 1.
(Applicants may submit only one proposal per year)
Send completed applications to:
Learn to Farm Mini-Grant
ATTN: YF&R Program
PO Box 754
Columbia, SC 29202