March is Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month
As a proud member of Agriculture in the Classroom - Canada,
Ag for Life is excited to launch the 12th annual Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month in Alberta, to connect students with agriculture learning opportunities throughout the entire
month of March. #CALM23 #OurFoodOurStory
Experience Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month
Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM) is an engaging experiential opportunity that encourages students from K to 12 in all 10 provinces to learn about and celebrate Canada’s incredible agriculture and food story. By connecting classrooms with people with a passion for agriculture and food, students and teachers learn firsthand about this sector through the incredible story shared by the volunteer visiting with them!
CAP is about the food you eat and where it comes from. CAP explains the value and importance of agriculture in Alberta. It highlights the vast opportunities in agriculture and the people, producers and industries that drive this trade.
The program is presented to grade four students across Alberta at no charge. Volunteers deliver the program through storytelling, engaging props and fun activities.
Follow along with our Read Alouds including a reading of "How Did That Get in My Lunchbox" and "Alex's First Seed".