New Roots Incubator Farm

New Roots Farm Incubator Virtual Field Trip

As we continue our virtual field trips to different farms across Minnesota, we are delighted to share with a very […]

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Goldenrust Virtual Farm Visit

Goldenrust Virtual Farm Visit

Minnesota Ag in the Classroom has partnered with Midwest Dairy to host 5 virtual field trips to celebrate Farm to […]

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apple-nachos

Harvest Season

The air is crisp, the leaves are turning, and pumpkins glow in a row with silly faces. That can only […]

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Deer Lake Apple Orchard

All About Apples!

Throughout the month of October we have been partnering with Midwest Dairy to host 5 virtual field trips to celebrate […]

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Sue-Knott-with-Daughters

Chickens, and Pigs, and Dairy Cows – OH MY!

Minnesota is home to a wide variety of agricultural animals that provide us with food and many other items we […]

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planted garden

Garden Harvest – Cooking up tasty treats!

I hope everyone is enjoying the summer! If there is one positive to come from the summer of 2020, I would have to say that besides the extra time with the kids (most things cancelled) my garden is looking the best it ever has! And I have been harvesting lots of yummy, fresh veggies for my family. I would love to hear what you have been growing in your school and home gardens as well. Please share in the ‘Leave a Reply’ section at the bottom! We would LOVE to hear from you.

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honey jars

Honey and Crops

Bees have always fascinated me. And because I love to learn more about the world around me, I wanted to learn more about the business of making honey. Hence, “making honey” is part of our current virtual ag tour. Along with honey, I also am intrigued by the ingenuity used by farmers on their crop farms.

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Funk Family Farm

Minnesota Trees and Timber

I have lived my entire life in north central Minnesota and have been surrounded by trees. Having our summer teacher tours affected by COVID-19 made us a little unsure of what route to take for the summer of 2020 and we decided to take a leap and try virtual tours hosted over five weeks.

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kids with pig barn art project

Let’s Visit a Pig Farm and Make a Pig Barn!

Did you know that Minnesota raises a lot of pigs? It is the second largest state in pigs marketed. That’s right. Can you guess which state is number one? (Hint: the state directly south of Minnesota.)

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