Watch this brief video and learn how to access all the maps and features of the Interactive Map Project.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation was created to help build a positive perception of agriculture by building awareness and understanding of agriculture through education. The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation manages and funds the Nebraska Agriculture in the Classroom™ program (AITC). AITC creates resources and curriculum tied to state standards to assist teachers in connecting their students to their source of food, fiber & fuel – Agriculture! The Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is a non-profit, charitable organization and has been determined as exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions or donations may be tax deductible.
Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation's mission is to generate financial resources and partnerships to build awareness, understanding and positive public perception of agriculture through education and leadership. Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation is excited to share our Nebraska Interactive Map which works with our Nebraska Agriculture in the Classroom™ (AITC) programming to support Ag education across our state. It is an example of how our partnerships work together to bring agriculture to our students, educators and to consumers across Nebraska.
Nebraska Agriculture in the Classroom™ has a long history of providing high-quality experiential educational activities to support classroom teaching and learning using the context of agriculture and farming. The Interactive Map Project is a new generation of resources designed to bring even more tools and ideas to Nebraska teachers. Nebraska Agriculture in the Classroom™ is a program of the Nebraska Farm Bureau Foundation.
The Interactive Map Project was made possible by the generous support of Nebraska soybean farmers, Nebraska corn farmers, and Nebraska cattle producers through their respective checkoff programs. Please visit their websites for more information: