The Kansas Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom seeks to involve Kansans of all ages in understanding the fundamental impact of agriculture on their everyday lives.
The Foundation helps teachers learn about the state’s leading industry and provides them with direction as they discover new ways to integrate agricultural awareness into their classrooms on a daily basis. By educating teachers and classroom volunteers through such innovative programs as the Ag in the Classroom Summer Graduate courses and “Be Ag -Wise” educational workshops, KFAC is able to reach thousands of students with its agricultural literacy lessons.
Today’s young people embody the future of Kansas and its agriculture industry as they will one day be the leaders and key decision-makers of this state. By helping our children discover the many opportunities provided to them by agriculture and its related industries, you invest in their futures and open a whole new world of possibilities.
For more information about our educational resources, contests and awards, and how to supprt KFAC, download our About KFAC Flier [pdf]
**The current KFAC Board of Directors proposed by-law changes, which were voted on at the annual meeting on November 13, 2012. The changes are for membership and dues. The board looked at other foundations, and modeled the proposed by-laws to be very similar to the Kansas 4-H Foundation. See the by-laws changes here.**