Andrea Fristoe

Welcome to the National Teach Ag Campaign!!!

Blog Post created by Andrea Fristoe on Oct 31, 2018


Welcome to the National Teach Ag Campaign!!


We are so glad you were able to stop by the Teach Ag booth at the 91st National FFA Convention and Expo! Each month, you will receive an e-newsletter from us to help keep you updated with all the latest and greatest happenings in the ag education world.


Teach Ag Ambassador Spotlight:
Say Hello to Shelbie Rochel


Shelbie Rochel is a 2017-2018 National Teach Ag Ambassador. She is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls in Minnesota. In high school, Hannah was a student at Chisago Lakes High School.

Why did you decide to become an agriculture teacher?   Agriculture is my background, it's second nature to me, and I want to continue learning about it and be able to help others in that field of interest.

What are you looking forward to most about teaching?   Answering questions and giving advice about agriculture and the agriculture industry.

To read more about Shelbie and the 2017-2018 Teach Ag Ambassadors, click here.


Share your Agriculture Teacher Impact Story

Agriculture teachers are agents of change! How has your agriculture teacher changed your life? The National Teach Ag Campaign is seeking individuals who have a compelling story to share about how an agriculture teacher impacted them. We will use these stories throughout the year to celebrate the positive contributions agriculture teachers make in our schools and communities. Click here to submit your story! 


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Contact Us 

Ellen Thompson
Project Director

Andrea Fristoe
Program Manager                    800-509-0204

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Victoria Hamilton
Marketing Assistant


The National Teach Ag Campaign is an initiative of the National Council for Agricultural Education, led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators and sponsored by the CHS FoundationCorteva AgriScience™ Agriculture Division of DowDuPont™BASFHerman and Bobbie Wilson and Growth Energy as special project of the National FFA Foundation.

For more information, visit the Teach Ag website.