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Bring Agriculture TO LIFE 

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Our programs are designed to empower audiences to think both critically and creatively and to give

students a real awareness of agriculture and food production.

Programs can be delivered in-person,

virtually, or blended. 

 

Select from our menu of fresh picks below or customize to suit your learning needs. 

ELEMENTARY

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CAP is about creating a broader understanding of the food we eat and where it comes from. Grade 4 and 5 students start to understand the value and importance of agriculture in Alberta, the vast opportunities, and the people and producers that drive this industry. 

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The Spuds in Tubs program is designed to connect students with their local food system and help them develop a deeper appreciation for where their food comes from.

Your students will learn about plant biology, soil health and sustainable food production while growing delicious potatoes in tubs. The Spuds in Tubs program is for students in grades 3–9.

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Get Your Hands Dirty with the Junior Garden Club!

The Junior Garden Club exposes kids to a variety of fruits and vegetables and encourages taste testing straight from the ground. 

It's not just a club; it's a flavourful experience that combines nature, fun and tasty treats.

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Our Virtual Farm and Food Tours feature special guest speakers from local farms and agri-food facilities across Alberta.

 

Students will go behind the scenes of agriculture to learn where their food comes from!

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Ag for Life’s Rural Safety Unit travels to schools to educate, encourage and promote rural and farm safety. Programming is aimed at youth who live on, work, play or visit farms and ranches.

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Our Ag for Life event, completely free of charge, offers 2-3 hours of interactive sessions in your gym or classrooms. Our safety experts and volunteers are dedicated to equipping students with crucial knowledge and skills for staying safe in rural environments. Don't miss this opportunity – prioritize safety with us!

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We are inviting students to use their Earth-based knowledge and apply it to their mission of safely farming on Mars.

JUNIOR & SENIOR HIGH

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Understanding modern agriculture and the role it plays in the world is more essential than ever. Journey 2050 is a FREE sustainable agriculture education program that allows schools to experience agriculture like it has never been taught before.

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A career event designed to empower, connect and inspire a network of young women in grades 9–12 and

post-secondary. 

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The agriculture industry is constantly expanding and evolving, offering a variety of exciting careers in a number of disciplines. Check out what career opportunities are available for your students.

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Our Virtual Farm and Food Tours feature special guest speakers from local farms and agri-food facilities across Alberta.

 

Students will go behind the scenes of agriculture to learn where their food comes from!

Junior
Garden
Club

Get Your Hands Dirty with the Junior Garden Club!

The club is an adventure filled with hands-on learning, fun-filled activities and the chance to cultivate a lifelong appreciation for gardening and the environment. Embrace the joy of growth, learning and tasty treats by becoming a part of our Junior Garden Club today!

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Ag 101 is about creating a broader understanding of the food we eat and where it comes from. Grade 7 - 12 Students start to understand the value and importance of agriculture in Alberta, the vast opportunities, and the people and producers

that drive this industry. 

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The ultimate food truck.

A mobile learning classroom designed to connect Albertans to agriculture and food. 

Do you know where your food comes from?

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Ag for Life’s Rural Safety Unit travels to schools, communities, fairs, festivals and other events to educate, encourage and promote rural and farm safety. Programming is aimed at youth and their families, who live on, work, play, or visit farms

and ranches.

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Our Ag for Life event, completely free of charge, offers 2-3 hours of interactive sessions in your gym or classrooms. Our safety experts and volunteers are dedicated to equipping students with crucial knowledge and skills for staying safe in rural environments. Don't miss this opportunity – prioritize safety with us!

RURAL & FARM
SAFETY ESCAPE MAIL

We are inviting students to use their Earth-based knowledge and apply it to their mission of safely farming on Mars.

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Safety on the Farm e-learning course introduces learners to farm safety and emergency preparedness topics using interactive and engaging activities and scenarios. In partnership with St. John Ambulance.

TEACHER PD

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Join educators from across the province for a day of learning, sharing and networking. This annual event connects teachers with industry experts offering a unique platform for connecting and collaborating.

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WORKSHOPS

Our professional development series is designed to give educators tools and experience to implement agriculture education into their classroom with confidence. 

Gardening

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GARDEN CLUB

Ag for Life's Teacher Garden Club provides educational information, resources and support to educators who are interested in integrating gardening into a classroom

or school setting. 

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FARM & FOOD TOURS

Experience agriculture up close and personal. Our annual teacher farm tour is not to be missed. Ask questions, enjoy networking with industry experts and of course, getting a little dirt on your boots!

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