Upper Peninsula Agriculture Education Survey
What’s going on with Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources at your school?

Get on the map!

We are seeking Upper Peninsula teachers who do or would like to include Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources content in their curriculum for information gathering, training, and project funding opportunities.

The first step in this project is to create a map of what’s already going on—and we need your help to gather information.

Please take this survey if you are a teacher or are involved in educating students anywhere in the Upper Peninsula.

Check out a summary of our project, and stay tuned for dates and program details!


Abbey Palmer
North Farm Education Coordinator
Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center
Michigan State University
E3774 University Drive
PO Box 168
Chatham, MI 49816

Michigan State University’s U.P. Research and Extension Center is designing Teacher Training Institutes specifically for U.P. teachers interested in making Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources education available to students, supported by the SPECA Challenge Program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA Grant # 2016-38414-25820.

Do you currently integrate ag-based curriculum in your classroom?
Do you currently have access to any of the following ag-based education infrastructure?
Are you currently an accredited educator in Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources?
Which county is your school located in?
Which grade levels are you involved in?
Are you interested in participating in further surveys, workshops, and project funding opportunities regarding Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources education through MSU North Farm?
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