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Glenwood teacher recognized for agricultural education

Tiffany Kobbermann will receive a $500 stipend and up to $1,500 in expenses to attend the 2022 National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference in June.

Jackie Peters
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GLENWOOD — Tiffany Kobbermann, a family and consumer science teacher at Minnewaska High School in Glenwood, has received the Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom 2022 Teacher of the Year award.

In her application, Kobbermann wrote that "all of my lessons are agriculturally based. I believe that students need a well-rounded perspective of agriculture. My hope is that my students will share the positive things they learn with their friends and families and the circle of learning will continue to grow."

Kobbermann will receive a $500 stipend and up to $1,500 in expenses to attend the 2022 National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in June.

The MAITC Foundation also announced 10 recipients of its 2022 Agricultural Literacy Grants, designed to support educational efforts around ag literacy from kindergarten to high school across the state.

The grants of up to $500 each will help support agricultural literacy efforts that involve hands-on activities with bees, chickens, dairy, hydroponics and more.

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One of these recipients was Eric Sawatzke of West Central Area High School for the project, Hydroponic Middle School.

MAITC’s mission is to increase agricultural literacy through K-12 education. For more information about the Outstanding Teacher Award and Ag Literacy Grants, visit minnesota.agclassroom.org/.

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