Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom (AITC) is a program designed to help young people gain a better understanding of agriculture, the source of where their food and clothing comes from, and its impact on our lives. Teaching students about agriculture has a positive effect on communities and helps make students become well-informed citizens. Agriculture needs to be added into school curriculums and Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom has developed materials that meet the state mandated learning standards for grades K-12. At the final meeting of fall term the Agricultural Executive Council invited Tami Kerr to join us and present information about AITC to our club representatives. She informed us how we can volunteer our time to read to elementary school students and spread the word about agriculture. In return, everyone at the meeting participated in a service project by creating “living necklaces” for children to wear and take home a little piece of agriculture so that they can remember what they learned and share it with others. To become a volunteer for AITC please contact Tami Kerr at AITC@oregonstate.edu.