Each state organization addresses agriculture education in a way best suited to its own needs. In some cases, an all-volunteer network is responsible for teacher education and resource development and distribution. States have formed educational nonprofit organizations which have the benefit of a tax-deductible status. In some states leadership is provided through the departments of education, agriculture, or other government agencies; in other states through agriculture organizations or commodity groups; some through universities or colleges; and in some cases through the dedicated efforts of one or two individuals. Some state organizations have employed full- and/or part-time persons to support Agriculture in the Classroom. The combined efforts of volunteers and professional staff are vital ingredients for success.
Each state and US territory is encouraged to have their own AITC website.
Please click on the name of the state or territory to view their site. All links will open in a new browser window.
|Alabama||Georgia||Maryland||New Jersey||Rhode Island|
|Alaska||Guam||Massachusetts||New Mexico||South Carolina|
|American Samoa||Hawaii||Michigan||New York||South Dakota|
|District of Columbia||Louisiana||Nevada||Pennsylvania||West Virginia|
|Florida||Maine||New Hampshire||Puerto Rico||Wisconsin|