The SAEA champions innovative educational approaches for sustainable agriculture through the development, application, and research of teaching and learning practices.

The SAEA exists to serve and connect educators, teachers, students, staff, and administrators who focus on the teaching and learning of sustainable agriculture at the adult level.

Our activities include hosting participatory conferences, collecting sustainable agriculture educational program listings, and developing a digital curriculum library.

We are driven by volunteers who firmly believe in sustainable agriculture – for now and into the future. We invite you to join us!

  • Field Lessons

    • Training the Next Generation

      By: Megan Fehrman, SAEA Outreach CoordinatorFor some in the agricultural world, winter is the time for resting, recuperating and planning… Read More »
    • Student Farms

      Student Farms are found on an increasing number of college and university campuses in North America. At many schools the… Read More »
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  • 2014 Conference

    Raleigh, NC

    August 3-6, 2014

     "Celebrating our Diversity through Sustainable Agriculture Education"

    Join us this summer for the 6th National Sustainable Agriculture Education Association conference, co-hosted by North Carolina State University (NCSU) and the Central Carolina Community College (CCCC).

    Abstracts for posters are due by May 1, 2014. Submit your abstract today! 

    This is the only national-level forum focused on the teaching and learning of sustainable agriculture! See you there.

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