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Agriculture is our past and our future! Agricultural literacy is for tomorrow...

Maine AITC Teacher wins National Award

Lynn Snow

Lynn Snow from Thomaston Grammar School, 2019 MAITC Teacher of the Year, was one of eight teachers nationally awarded the 2020 National Agriculture in the Classroom Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Award.

2021 MAITC Teacher of the Year

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Each year, MAITC recognizes an outstanding Maine elementary or secondary school teacher who uses agricultural education materials and/or activities in the classroom to teach core subjects. The winning teacher will attend the National AITC Conference which will be held in Des Moines, Iowa on June 28 – July 1, 2021.

2020 MAITC Teacher of the Year

Ted Bridge-Koenigsberg

MAITC is thrilled to announce that Ted Bridge-Koenigsberg was named the 2020 MAITC Teacher of the Year! Using agriculture in Project Based Learning at Sebago Elementary for his grade 4 and 5 students has included food preservation and value added, fleece, waste management and other projects!

Grant Applications

2020 Grant Applications

In 2019 the competitive MAITC grant program awarded over $60,000 to about 50 different schools and non-profit organizations. The new 2020 deadlines and Requests For Applications are now available.


Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix

The Agricultural Literacy Curriculum Matrix is an online, searchable, and standards-based curriculum map for K-12 teachers and contextualizes national education standards in science, social studies, and nutrition education with relevant instructional resources linked to Common Core Standards.


Maine's first ever agricultural specialty license plate!

$10 from the sale of each set of this colorful plate will be transferred to a special fund for agricultural education programs in Maine administered by the Maine Agriculture in the Classroom Council.