Our goal is increase the agricultural literacy of New Hampshire's youth. Educational materials help to integrate agriculture, food and natural resources into K-12 classrooms. By applying authentic agricultural examples to teach core curriculum concepts in science, social studies, math, language arts and nutrition, student awareness can be improved. These programs cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the food, fiber and fuel systems that we all depend upon every day.
What We Offer
School to Farm Days
Annual hands-on learning days for fourth graders at local farms with the help of NHAITC and other agricultural professionals.
NHAITC offers professional development opportunities to teachers at educators' conferences and after school at various locations throughout NH.
Check-out our online resources which blend various agricultural concepts with core curriculum concepts.
Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix
The Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix is an online, searchable, and standards-based curriculum map for K-12 teachers.
Tapping into Maple Tradition digs deeper into maple sugar production to uncover a wide variety of core academic concepts. Botany, chemistry, history, economics, math, nutrition, language arts and engineering are all key components. "Tapping Into Maple Tradition" enhances these educational areas with hands-on, STEM focused activities reinforcing the learning process. Check back as lessons will be added over time.
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2017 Annual Literacy Program