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Agriculture Education - Adult

Exploring Sustainable Agriculture: From Farm to Table

Title: Exploring Sustainable Agriculture: From Farm to Table

Compliance: Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

Subject: Agriculture Education

Summary: This activity engages students in hands-on learning about sustainable agriculture, from understanding the importance of soil health to exploring the journey of food from farm to table.

Topic: Exploring Sustainable Agriculture

Learning Outcomes:

  • Know the importance of sustainable agriculture for environmental and human well-being.
  • Understand the principles of soil health and its impact on crop production.
  • Can analyze the journey of food from farm to table and identify sustainable practices.


This activity will involve a combination of group discussions, hands-on experiments, and research-based projects.

Resources/Materials Required:

  • Access to a computer or mobile devices with internet connectivity
  • Printed or digital resources on sustainable agriculture
  • Seeds, soil, and gardening tools
  • Access to a local farm or farmer's market
  • Art supplies for creating visual representations


Step 1: Introduction to Sustainable Agriculture (Know)

Begin the activity by discussing the concept of sustainable agriculture with the students. Use visual aids, videos, or real-life examples to help them understand the importance of sustainable practices for environmental conservation and human health.

Step 2: Exploring Soil Health (Understand)

Divide the students into small groups and provide them with soil samples. Instruct them to analyze the soil's texture, color, and moisture content. Guide them in understanding the role of soil health in crop production and the importance of organic matter, nutrients, and beneficial organisms.

Step 3: Journey of Food (Can Do)

Take the students on a field trip to a local farm or farmer's market. Encourage them to observe and interact with farmers to learn about sustainable farming practices. Instruct them to document their observations and experiences through photographs, videos, or written notes.

Step 4: Creating Visual Representations (Can Do)

Back in the classroom, provide art supplies and ask the students to create visual representations (e.g., posters, infographics, or dioramas) showcasing the journey of food from farm to table. They should include sustainable practices they learned during the field trip.

Step 5: Presentations and Reflection (Can Do)

Allow each group to present their visual representations to the class. After the presentations, facilitate a discussion where students reflect on their learning journey, the importance of sustainable agriculture, and how they can apply sustainable practices in their own lives.


Assess the students' understanding and application of sustainable agriculture through the following methods:

  • Group discussions and participation during the activity
  • Analysis of soil health observations and explanations
  • Evaluation of visual representations and their inclusion of sustainable practices
  • Reflections and insights shared during the final discussion

By the end of this activity, students will have gained a comprehensive understanding of sustainable agriculture and its importance in our society.

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Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)

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