Education Resources

Riverdance farms has gathered some useful education resources for teachers and educators in The Valley to promote the conservation of earths natural resources.

Center For Land Based Learning– The Center for Land-Based Learning envisions a world where there is meaningful appreciation and respect for our natural environment and for the land that produces our food and sustains our quality of life.

EPA Explorers Club-EPA has tons of games, homework resources, quizzes, lesson plans, teacher guides, and much more. Is your school a green school?

The Salmon Page-The mission of The Salmon Page is to provide salmon links and news to anyone interested in learning about these magnificent fish.

Watershed Academy-The Watershed Academy is a focal point in EPA’s Office of Water for providing training and information on implementing watershed approaches. The Academy’s self-paced training modules, webcast seminars and live training courses provide current information from national experts across a broad range of watershed topics.

National Agriculture in the classroom-Agriculture in the Classroom programs are implemented by state-operated programs. National Agriculture in the Classroom supports state programs by providing a network that seeks to improve agricultural literacy — awareness, knowledge, and appreciation — among PreK-12 teachers and their students.

Agricultural Education Division of the Association for Career and Technical Education-The ACTE Agricultural Education Division’s membership base includes agriculture teachers (elementary, secondary, postsecondary, adult), state agricultural education leaders and university agricultural educators. Originating with the Smith-Hughes Act of 1917, this Division’s mission is to prepare students for successful careers and a lifetime of choices in the global agriculture and natural resources systems.

 California Food and Justice Coalition-The Community Food and Justice Coalition promotes the basic human right of access to healthy food. We take a holistic and systemic approach to creating a food system that is equitable, environmentally and economically sustainable, and community-driven.


We hope you found these education resources helpful. Riverdance farms encourages teachers and educators to take the classroom outside and connect your students with the outdoors. Contact us today to schedule a field trip that best suits your class.