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New York Agriculture in the Classroom


New York City Teacher Outreach

Agriculture in the Classroom events, programs, and resources specific to K-12 teachers in New York City.

Brittany Hoover

Brittany Hoover is the Urban Agriculture in the Classroom Educator based in the New York City metropolitan area. Brittany leads professional learning workshops for K-12 teachers, exposes teachers to the NYC food and urban agriculture systems, and develops programs to connect food and agriculture with core academic content.

Email | 607-255-9307

Upcoming workshops

Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket Educator Workshop
November 7, 2023 from 9 am - 1 pm
Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket
Court Street and Montague Street, Brooklyn NY

Open for all K-12 educators to receive 4 CTLE hours, refreshments, and resources at no cost to themselves.

Join GrowNYC and New York Agriculture in the Classroom on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, for an opportunity to explore the New York City agri-food system. This workshop will be from 9am - 1pm and a portion of it will take place outside. In this workshop, K-12 teachers are invited to tour the Brooklyn Borough Hall Greenmarket, visit with producers to understand their role in our agri-food system, experience a cooking demonstration with Cornell Cooperative Extension, and engage in a hands-on lesson demonstration using the Agriculture in the Classroom curriculum matrix. This workshop offers 4 CTLE hours.

City-based resources

More information coming soon.

Lessons and activities for District 75 Programs

More information coming soon.