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Sustainable Agriculture Grades K-2 Richland Community College,
Sustainable Agriculture What are crops? What are animals? What is soil? Richland Community College,
Small Farms What is a large farm? What is a small farm? Richland Community College,
Crop Rotation What do beans need to grow? What does corn need to grow? Richland Community College,
Healthy Plant Food What is in soil? How can we make soil healthy? Richland Community College,
Helpful Insects Which insects help plants to grow? Which insects harm plants? 6 6
Honeybees How is honey made? How are fruits and vegetables made? Richland Community College,
Animal Kindness Where do animals live? What do animals eat? 8 Richland Community College,
Healthy Farms Which is better? Big or small Helpful or harmful Healthy or unhealthy 9 Richland Community College,
References Slide 1: “Richland’s Farm.” Image. Richland.edu Dec Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 1.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 2.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 3.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 4.” Jpg. Slide 2: Stanley, Callie. “Sustainable Ag 5.” Jpg. Slide 3: Harrington, J.C. “Industrial Farm.” Photo. Diginn.com 12 June Dec Slide 3: Stanley, Callie. “Plot.” Jpg. Slide 4: “Soybean Field.” Photo. Infiniteunknown.net 29 Dec Dec Slide 4: Melon Acres. “Corn Field.” Photo. Melonacres.com Dec Slide 5: “Compost Box.” Photo. Idreamofeden.wordlpress.com 10 May Dec Kramer, Judy and the EV. “Soil.” Evols.org 15 June Dec Slide 6: Stanley, Callie. “Worm Girl.” Jpg. ‘Ladybug.” Photo. Ladybugindoorgardens.com Dec Slide 7: Kimber, John. “A honeybee gathers pollen.” Photo. Nationalgeographic.com 29 Dec Dec Slide 8: Stanley, Callie. “Confused Chickens.” Jpg. “Happy Cows.” Photo. Beltane Ranch Dec Slide 9: “Richland’s Peppers” Image. Richland.edu Dec Richland Community College,
Sustainable Agriculture Grades 6-8 Richland Community College,
Wind Energy Grades K-2 Richland Community College,
Wind Energy Grades Richland Community College,
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Solar Energy Grades K – 2 Richland Community College,
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Common Insects Agriculture Career Development: Plant Science & Agronomy Unit 2 – Agronomy.
Plants and Vegetables Kindergartners will learn about plants and vegetables.
Insects are real pests right? Think again! Have you thought what insects can do for us?
Plants and Pollination Dr. Moore-Crawford Prince George’s Community College Department of Biological Sciences.
A B ee C ool of BEES Find the Treasure. How many kinds of bees are there? There are 10, ,000 species of bee. Many are wasp-like and fly-like.
Food Day It’s Time to Eat Real!. What is Food Day? Nationwide celebration/movement toward healthy, affordable, sustainable food. Day of action is October.
Agriculture Science of growing plants and raising animals.
The Life Cycle of Ladybugs. What are Ladybugs? Ladybugs are also called lady birds or lady beetles Small, oval-shaped winged insects. Red with black spots.
In the rural areas of Kentucky, agriculture is how many families earn income. Due to Marion County’s fertile soil, you will see fields of crops each year.
Sustainability in Agriculture Jennifer Elwell Kentucky Corn Growers/Kentucky Small Grain Growers Farm PR Network.
Unit 15 Entomology. Insect Orders Animals are classified by structure and characteristics All insects belong to the Class Insecta Insects are divided.
P REPARING A N EW G ENERATION OF I LLINOIS F RUIT AND V EGETABLE F ARMERS a USDA NIFA B EGINNING F ARMER AND R ANCHER D EVELOPMENT P ROGRAM P ROJECT G.
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“Farming” or “agriculture” shall include: › farming in all of its branches and the cultivation and tillage of the soil ; › dairying ; › the production,
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