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Agriculture is more than just farming, agriculture connects us all.



Explore the exciting world of agriculture, food production and the natural environment with our

curriculum-based programs, events, learning activities and science-based resources.

Fresh Thinking

Agriculture and food production is critical to every aspect of life, whether you are a city-dweller, a canola-grower, rancher or tend to a backyard garden. It is our mission to celebrate, educate and inspire Alberta's teachers, students and families to understand the integral role agriculture plays in society, the environment and the economy.


We do this through our Pillars of Agriculture Literacy!

Food Security - Feeding the World


How will we ensure all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient safe and nutritious food that meets their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life?

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Hey Educators!

Looking for fun and educational curriculum-linked lessons, activities and resources for your students?

Explore our calendar of specially curated resources for students in grades K–12 that align with monthly events and national initiatives.  


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Fall Ag-Tivity Book

🍂 Fall into Fun with Our Kid-Friendly Fall Activity Book! 

Calling all little explorers! Get ready for a fantastic autumn adventure with our Fall Activity Book specially designed for young nature enthusiasts. Inside, you'll find a world of farm-fresh fun, colourful puzzles and simple yet delicious recipes that even the tiniest hands can help create.

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Faces of Agriculture 

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Bring Agriculture to Life

Bring agriculture to life with our Alberta curriculum-linked teaching resources and activities.

Explore our programs and resources to get started! 

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