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National Agriculture in the Classroom


Summary 2019 — New Hampshire

State Contact

Ms Debbi Cox
New Hampshire Agriculture in the Classroom
295 Sheep Davis Road
Concord, NH 03301
P: 603.224.1934

Classroom Resources

An Educator's Resource Guide for "Right This Very Minute" (waiting for the link once it is posted on our website) revised My NH Plate poster

Major Program Impacts or Outcomes

- 2,000 4th grade students participated in our School to Farm Days - 850 students participated in our classroom maple sugaring contest with 15 classrooms utilizing ourTapping Into Maple Tradition" resources


After working for 20 plus years in a home office working with raw plastic, I joined NH Ag in the Classroom as the State Coordinator in December of 2013. Since this is a part-time position, I have added a few more jobs such as Administrative Assistance for the New Hampshire Career & Technical Administrators, and bookkeeper/consultant for SkillsUSA NH. I also spend quite a bit of time volunteering for FFA as President of the state Foundation, bookkeeper for the Association, registration manager for the state convention and Advisory Council member. I am also an animal advisory member for the local high school. Personally, we have owned horses, sheep, llamas, waterfowl and a variety of other critters. All three children were very active in FFA. Education: BS Environmental Recreation from Springfield College in Springfield, MA, minor in Business Studies