Published November 02 2010
Ag Mag redesigned, now available to N.D. teachers
North Dakota Ag Mag, a teaching tool that provides information about agriculture to thousands of North Dakota students, has a new look.
“Corn is the subject of the first full-color issue of Ag Mag,” said Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. “Corn is an increasingly important crop in our state, and this new magazine will help young people better understand the history of corn, how it is produced and the many uses we have for corn.”
Goehring said he hopes more teachers in grades 3, 4 and 5 will take advantage of the free subscriptions to Ag Mag.
“Ag Mag reinforces what teachers are already doing in the classroom,” he said. “It helps teachers integrate information about North Dakota agriculture across curriculum in science, math, language arts, social studies, and other classes.” Read More
Having some type of “Ag Mag” available for school teachers is vitally important. I’ve had friends whose kids have brought home material from the HSUS from school. When these parents have questioned the teachers about why, the answer is usually the same. It was free for them to use and they didn’t know that the HSUS is the world’s wealthiest animal rights group. The next thing the teacher asks is if there’s something they can use that correctly teaches about farming and ranching. That’s when we need to be able to provide them with something like the Ag Mag