July 27 at 10 a.m. EST
School budgets for transportation and field trips have been cut. Most students have never stepped foot on a farm and need education to be prepared as tomorrow’s consumers. At the same time, farms face a variety of challenges limiting their ability to host in-person tours as consumers are seeking more transparency in food production.
Since 2014, more than 10,000 students have participated in or viewed a virtual field trip to a farm through the Virtual Farm Trips program implemented by Shift-ology Communication in partnership with commodity livestock organizations in a handful of Midwest states.
With the click of a mouse, this one-of-a-kind learning experience helps “open the barn doors” by turning classrooms into virtual farms and transporting students to fields, barns and livestock, guided by a real farmer as they learn about how food is grown and see what the farmer does each day to care for their animals. A live Q&A session with the farmer allows students and teachers alike to have their questions answered while seeing what life is like on the farm.
Join us at 10 a.m. EST on July 27 for an invite-only webinar hosted by Shift-ology Communication to learn more about the Virtual Farm Trip program and gain insights from organization leaders who have experienced success through the program that has teachers praising it and coming back for more!
You will learn:
- The history of the Virtual Farm Trips program, its hurdles, successes and expansion.
- An overview of how the program works and what is required.
- A case study and insights from ag organization leaders participating in the program.
- Opportunities for your organization to host Virtual Farm Trips.