LaSalle County Farm Bureau Ag in the Classroom
Agriculture in the Classroom is a free, educational program designed for 4th grade students in LaSalle County. If you are interested in having Ag in the Classroom at your school please contact our office at 815-433-0371.
2019 AITC Golf Outing
A special thank you to our 2019 AITC Golf Outing Sponsors!
2021 Summer Agriculture Institute
Join other Pre-K through 12th grade teachers as they learn how to incorporate agriculture into their classroom curriculum.
Meet our AITC Coordinator
Karol Vaughn was raised on a family farm in rural Mendota, where she still helps with the farming operations. With 29 years of teaching experience, she will share her knowledge with student in all of LaSalle County. She is currently visiting 4th grade students with the hope of expanding the program in the future.
Contact Karol at or call the Farm Bureau office at 815-433-0317.
The Farmer's share donation program is used to improve our Ag in the Classroom program. What a great opportunity to help the youth of our community learn more about agriculture.
Help us reach our $1000 goal!
To learn more call the LCFB office. 815-433-0371
How to Support the LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation
LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation is solely funded by fundraisers and donations. Below is the current ways you can help support the LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation.
Click above for Amazon Smile Website.
Support the LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation when ordering products from Amazon.
The Amazon Smile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your purchase price to the LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation.
Log on to Smile.Amazon.com. Enter your Amazon user name and password. Then pick your Charity by typing in LaSalle County Farm Bureau Foundation.
Call the LaSalle County Farm Bureau at 815-433-0371 for more information about the Foundation Fundraisers!
We are now participating in Prairie Farms Our Caps Your Cause!
It is a simple and easy way for us to raise money to continue our programs/mission. Just buy a gallon or half gallon of Prairie Farms white or flavored milk.
Log on to
and enter the code under the sticker on each cap.
For every cap entered, Prairie Farms donates 5 cents to our program. When you are prompted to choose an organization, choose us! Help us reach our first 1,000 caps for Prairie Farms Our Caps Your Cause! With every cap you enter, we are closer to our goals as an organization
Find more info at http://www.prairiefarms.com/our-caps-your-cause.aspx
History of Ag in the Classroom
Ag in the classroom was created by the USDA in 1981 to improve Ag literacy. Every state coordinates the activities differently but the end result is the same; students and their families better understand where their food comes from. The Illinois Ag in the Classroom program has an active presence in 62% of all schools, thanks to county coordinators and volunteers at county Farm Bureau offices throughout the state.
Ag in the Classroom Lessons
Ag in the Classroom:
Illinois Ag in the Classroom Website
Great Educational Resources on the
National Ag Day Website