"When it comes to our students hearing and learning from people that are actually in the field, it impacts them on a deeper level than hearing it from any educator. Your story is important to share," Shae Devers. attended the Tri-County Annual Meeting between Rio Arriba, Santa Fe, and Taos.
Our activities and lessons, like "Earth's Land and Soil Resources" presented at the Tri-County Annual Farm and Livestock Bureau meeting, showcases the preciousness of our soil and the importance of taking care of it because our topsoil is a nonrenewable resource and by using an apple to represent how Earth’s land resources are used, it's an AGmazing visual for people of all ages.
Use this activity with your local schools or the general public (rotary club, city council, faith-based groups, etc.) - the options are endless because we believe everyone should know the importance of where our food and fibers come from.