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Volunteers employed creativity, technology during Agriculture Literacy Week


Volunteers employed creativity, technology during Agriculture Literacy Week
Published Saturday, Apr. 17, 2021, 12:10 am
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While Virginia Agriculture in the Classroom’s volunteer reading program was different this year, it was no less successful.
Virginia AITC celebrated Agriculture Literacy Week March 15-19 with volunteers reading to students virtually and in socially distanced settings. AITC distributed 2,085 agriculture-themed books to schools, preschools and daycare centers in Virginia, and an estimated 500 volunteers participated in the event.
“Each year, this is truly an opportunity for a child to meet someone involved in agriculture,” said Tammy Maxey, Virginia AITC programs director. “Volunteers often get many questions from children who are inquisitive about how the reader is involved in agriculture, from living on a farm to working in a government or corporate office.”

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How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? named AITC Book of the Year


How Did That Get in My Lunchbox? named AITC Book of the Year
Published Friday, Dec. 25, 2020, 8:58 pm
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Virginia students can learn about agriculture and the food process—from the ingredients in their lunch boxes.
They will read about the source of their favorite lunch foods in the Virginia Agriculture in the Classroom’s 2021 Book of the Year: 

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