Commissioner Adam H. Putnam

Florida Agriculture: 500 Years in the Making

Educational Programs and Classroom Resources

Agriscience Education Leadership Program

The Agriscience Education Leadership Program helps agriscience teachers, science teachers and administrators improve their agriscience programs to provide quality agricultural education for students. This program allows participants to expand their curriculum to include all components of agriculture and helps lay a strong foundation that students can build on.

Nominated by school district superintendents and reviewed by a selection committee, 20 middle and high school agriscience teachers, science teachers or administrators are chosen to participate each year.

The participants travel four times throughout the year to various areas of the state to focus on diverse aspects of agriculture including forestry, fruits and vegetables, row crops, nursery and landscape, livestock, aquaculture and more.

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Division of Marketing and Development
Bureau of Development and Information
The Mayo Building
407 South Calhoun Street
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0800

Erica Der, Program Coordinator
(863) 297-3210

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