Wyoming has over 30 million acres of agricultural land, consisting of 11,600 farms and ranches.
Wyoming has a rich agricultural heritage, and this heritage is still alive and well today!
Our agriculture curriculum is an excellent way for students to gain a deeper appreciation for the agricultural industry and gain an appreciation for where their food comes from, and how agriculture contributes to the prosperity of their communities.
With engaging lessons that teach students about land stewardship and highlight the stewardship practices of farmers and ranchers, students will be challenged to think about agriculture in new and exciting ways through scientific, cultural, and economic lenses to understand and appreciate the importance of agriculture in Wyoming.
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