One of the first things you'll need in order to be an AFNR Educator is a degree in Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Education. This handbook is your one stop place for everything related to the program at Michigan State University.
Looking for a job as an AFNR Educator in Michigan? Visit this website to see the current postings across the state of Michigan.
The AFNR Education CDE provides 9th through 12th grade high school students an opportunity to develop and present a teaching lesson related to agriculture, food and natural resources education. You can learn more about this career development event here.
A statement of the values, reflective process, and organizational actions relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) within agriculture, food, and natural resources (AFNR) education in Michigan.
Michigan State University will award six general university credits to students who have gained admittance to MSU, completed a state approved Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Education (AFNRE) program and received the State FFA degree.
Have questions about becoming a certified AFNR Educator? Visit our contact page to connect with Mark Forbush, State Supervision for Agricultural Education.