Food, Land, and People
Project Food, Land and People Resources for Learning is a curriculum with more than forty lessons. The lessons provide a systematic educational program that addresses the need to learn not only about agricultural production, but also its social and economic significance and its links to human health and environmental quality. These lessons will integrate easily into your curriculum and give you meaningful, real-life education. If you want a trained Food, Land and People facilitator to provide a workshop in your area, school and/or district, please contact Monica Pastor at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be asked to help arrange the workshop. Arrangements include meeting space, refreshments and a minimum of fifteen participants.
These fifty-five lessons from Project Food, Land and People have been aligned with Arizona's Academic Standards. Each lesson is listed below, along with the corresponding page number found in the printed resources. When teaching a lesson, you can utilize this web resource to show the standards you are addressing for each of the lessons.