Logic Model for Agricultural Literacy

Researchers, practitioners, and government officials, convened in Washington DC on April 17, 2013, to develop a National Agricultural Literacy Logic Model. To support this model, an agriculturally literate person was defined as:

A person who understands and can communicate the source and value of agriculture as it affects our quality of life.


View the detailed Logic Model for Agricultural Literacy document.

Publication Citation:
Spielmaker, D. M., Pastor, M., & Stewardson, D. M. (2014). A logic model for agricultural literacy programming. Proceedings of the 41st annual meeting of the American Association for Agricultural Education, Snowbird, UT.