Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indiana schools have closed the year and travel restrictions have been put in place. However, if you are interested in the information provided by Indiana Beef Classroom Presentation email Maggie Daily and she will be able to provide resources and a possible copy of the presentation to be used for E-Learning purposes. During these uncertain times, Indiana Beef is here to provide any support that we can and hope everyone is staying safe and well.
The Indiana Beef Council with the cooperation of the Indiana Department of Education distributed a Listserv announcement both this year and last, to all FACS and Agriculture educators across the state of Indiana. This email explained that the Indiana Beef Council is available for classrooms presentations about beef at no charge to the school. This presentation includes: cuts of beef, carcass data, beef cookery, beef nutrition, food safety and consumer beef basics information. There has been a phenomenal response to this announcement with educators all across the state contacting the IBC about their interest in this presentation. If interested in scheduling a presentation, please contact the IBCA Office!
Due to the fact that many schools are offering more of an online format and travel and guests are limited, the Indiana Beef Council has put together videos of our educational classroom presentation. These videos include a 3 part breakdown of the presentation as well as the cooking demonstration. While we may not be able to be there in person, we hope to be able to reach out to both students and teachers to provide these resources.
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