Many schools have adopted the Michael Pollan book The Omnivore's Dilemma - young reader edition - as a required text. What are some teaching strategies that ensure students can best understand the message of the book and how it fits within the context of the agricultural industry? Find out what flimflam might need to be debunked. And discover a reading list that helps tell the story of modern agriculture. |
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|Biosketch:||Will Fett is the Executive Director of the Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation. He previously worked for the National FFA Foundation in Indianapolis, and prior to that was an agricultural educator in Montana. He directs and facilitates the Ag in the Classroom program. In this position, he builds partnerships with Iowa agribusiness and individuals to fund the programs and is responsible for the marketing, public relations, and the strategic plan of the organization.|
|Organization/Affiliation:||Iowa Agriculture Literacy Foundation|