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Where do you learn about agriculture.

I want to learn by visiting a farm. #learning

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Ned C. K.’s Answer

Hi Joseph,

Great question. So I hear you are interested in learning about this industry. Awesome! What particular areas within agriculture are you interested in learning more about and for what specific purpose? I notice you are wanting to visit a farm and with that said I'd recommend two sites to begin your search. My family was a part of the Future Farmers of America and this is a great resource. https://www.ffa.org/. Additionally, I'd take a look at https://www.fsa.usda.gov/ .

Good luck with your search and take care.
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J’s Answer

You could start by searching online for farms in your area that have volunteer opportunities or give virtual tours. Volunteering is a great way to try something out and learn more about something without a long term commitment. Plus you are helping someone else which is a win-win. There are a lot of farms out there like animal rescues or non-profit farms whose mission is fighting food insecurity, etc. that you may be able to volunteer for.
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