America’s Farmers Grow Rural Education is partnering with farmers across the country to help strengthen rural public school districts through $15,000 STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) grants.

To nominate their local school district for a Grow Rural Education grant, eligible farmers in Minnesota can visit AmericasFarmers.com by April 1 and complete the nomination form. The form takes about five minutes to complete.

After the school district receives a nomination, they will be notified and teachers are encouraged to submit a grant application describing their desired STEM project by April 15. A panel of qualified math and science teachers reviews the applications and selects the finalists. The program’s Farmer Advisory Council, consisting of approximately 30 farming leaders from across the country, will then select the winning school districts.

This article was submitted by americasfarmers.com.