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  • The Farmer Cares for the Land - … of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education … of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education … of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry and the Oklahoma State Department of Education …
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  • Preparing for Drought - … every family practiced subsistence agriculture, with each family growing just enough to feed itself. With advances in agricultural technology over the years … environment. One form of subsistence agriculture is shifting cultivation, a practice common in the tropics. In this agricultural system, farmers typically abandon … Africa and other developing parts of the world. Source: "Subsistence Agriculture," Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Subsistence Farming Activities 1. Read and …
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  • Cities with Green Thumbs - … local and global benefits of urban agriculture. Explore different agricultural methods and find possible sites for urban agriculture. Research garden and plant types … evaporation, which will decrease soil moisture needed for vegetation and agriculture. 2. Farmers will experience more droughts and floods. The food … Outdoor Classrooms And many other books on gardening, composting, and agriculture! 4. Ecology Center Bookstore and Gardening Supply The Ecology Center …
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  • Relationship Between Agriculture and the Local Economy - … investigate the relationship between agriculture and the local economy and begin to understand the complexities of an agriculture-based economy. Basic patterns of economic activity can be seen through the lens of agriculture because it addresses … .agmkt.state.ny.us New York Agriculture in the Classroom ? educates youth, teachers, and consumers about agriculture and the food and fiber …
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  • Texas State Edition: Adventures in Time and Place Grade 4, Chapter 10: Make a Fun Fact Poster - … importance of agriculture in Texas. On a visit to Agriculture: A Texas Treasure, your class can gather facts about Texas agriculture. This Web site is presented by Texas A&M University's Agricultural Program, the Texas Department of Agriculture, and the Texas Farm Bureau. Student Objectives to discover the extent and importance of Texas agriculture
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  • FACS: Source Search Relay (Ag) - … . Recognize and explain how the agricultural system works (production to consumption) and identify related corresponding careers in agricultural and forestry production, education … a concept web (see Utah Agriculture in the Classroom lesson plan on the 5-Fs of Agriculture) with one of the pictures … a concept web (see Utah Agriculture in the Classroom lesson plan on the 5-Fs of Agriculture) with one of the pictures …
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  • Control: Far Afield - … ? Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of one aspect of current agricultural practices surrounding one of the cultivars that you learned about … . Qualset, eds. (1998). The Origins of Agriculture and Crop Domestication, 1st ed. International Center for Agricultural Research in the Dry Areas, Aleppo … solely to promoting agricultural biodiversity. www.bioversityinternational.org/ www.bioversityinternational.org/publications/Web_version/47/ch06.htm Food and Agriculture Organization of the …
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  • Caring for the Land - … will identify cause and effect relationships in issues relating to agriculture and the environment. Materials • Worksheet copies Time Activity 1: 60 … common interests Adapted from materials provided by Oklahoma Agriculture in the Classroom. 1 Utah Agriculture in the Classroom Discussion 1. Why do … harm or destroy their way of life. Despite this fact, agriculture is blamed for many environmental problems. People began polluting long …
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  • Freshwater Fish Water Quality - … municipal or industrial discharges (ex. sewage treatment). Runoff from fertilized agricultural lands also contributes sulfates to water bodies. Environmental Impact: Sulfur … Summary Organic contaminants (natural organic substances, insecticides, herbicides, and other agricultural chemicals) enter waterways in rainfall runoff. Domestic and industrial wastewaters … most erosion. Most suspended solids come from accelerated erosion from agricultural land, logging operations (especially where clear-cutting is practiced), surface …
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  • Juniors Family Tree - … of your display. www.cfaitc.org 16 California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom ? 2001 Junior?s Relatives Fact Sheet Teacher … .cfaitc.org Gentle and docile 17 Gentle California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom ? 2001 Junior?s Relatives Fact Sheet Name … www.cfaitc.org 18 California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom ? 2001 California Foundation for Agriculture in the Classroom ? 2001 19 After …
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