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Agriculture is our past and our future! Agricultural literacy is for tomorrow...

2023 MAITC Teacher of the Year

Applications are now open!

Deadline October 3, 2022

Are you, or do you know a classroom teacher that uses agriculture consistently in the curricula? Annually Maine AITC recognizes one PK – grade 12 teacher from the state as our Teacher of the Year.

You are invited to the MAITC annual meeting

Thursday, October 27th at 5:30 at the Maine State Grange

RSVP by October 15 at

2022 National Agriculture in the Classroom "Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture" Award

Abby Plummer

A fifth and sixth grade teacher at Edna Drinkwater School in Northport, ME, uses lessons across all subjects, an after-school garden club, a school greenhouse and student-run farm stand to bring ag literacy to her students and others in kindergarten through eighth grade.

2022 Teacher of the Year

Stacey Sanborn

Congratulations to Stacey Sanborn our Maine Agriculture in the Classroom 2022 Teacher of the Year! Stacey teaches 4th grade at Manchester Elementary School in Windham where she has been co-coordinator of the school garden and orchard for 18 years. Her curriculum includes agricultural topics in Science, Math, Maine Studies, Literature, art, nutrition and more!


Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix

The Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix is an online, searchable, and standards-based curriculum map for K-12 teachers and contextualizes national education standards in science, social studies, and nutrition education with relevant instructional resources linked to Common Core Standards.


Maine's first ever agricultural specialty license plate!

$10 from the sale of each set of this colorful plate will be transferred to a special fund for agricultural education programs in Maine administered by the Maine Agriculture in the Classroom Council.