Agriculture in every classroom,
inspiring every student! 

Who we are

Leaders in agriculture education.

Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C) is the national voice for agriculture education in Canada. Alongside our AITC member organizations, we are driven by a passion for the agriculture and food sector and lifelong learning. Together, we are committed to engaging Canadian students and educators to enhance their knowledge and appreciation of agriculture and food. Transparency, integrity, empowerment, inclusiveness and collaboration firmly ground us in everything we do.

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What we do

We cultivate meaningful connections to agriculture and food for students and educators.

As a charitable organization, we operate from coast to coast with our ten provincial AITC members to deliver accurate, balanced, and current curriculum-linked agri-food resources, programs, and initiatives that are based on science. Through inquiry-based learning, we encourage students and educators to be curious, critical thinkers. By offering dynamic and unique outreach opportunities to connect with Canadians who make their living in agri-food, we bring students up close and personal with Canada's agriculture and food story.

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More National Highlights

CALM Final Report


AITC-C welcomes Québec's École-O-Champ as the newest provincial member, with President Mathieu Rouleau joining AITC-C as Director, cementing AITC-C's strong presence from coast-to-coast in all ten provinces.

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G3 Grow Beyond Scholarship

G3, in partnership with Agriculture in the Classroom Canada, is proud to present an exciting new scholarship opportunity.

Provincial Highlights

Technology in Agriculture Video

Newfoundland & Labrador

Technology has increased farm productivity, increased effectiveness, and reduces environmental impacts. This video features robotic dairy farming, GPS self-guided tractors, dairy farm technology and sheep farming.

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Little Green Thumbs Program


Apply by May 31, 2020 for Little Green Thumbs! Make learning come alive with this indoor gardening program that supports inquiry-based, hands-on, and cross-curricular learning. We provide the equipment, supplies, teaching resources, training and support, and more. It's time to grow!

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thinkAG Career Competitions


thinkAG Career Competitions allow youth to make real-world connections and learn about future career pathways in the agri-food sector. Each event features a variety of agriculture industry representatives who run hands-on stations related to agriculture, food and careers.

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Food Gratitude Activity

British Columbia

Encourage students to colour, write thank you messages to food workers, and/or draw their favourite locally grown food on the sheet. Show off the completed Food Gratitude sheets by uploading to social media with the hashtag #FoodGratitudeBC.

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Celebrating Liberation with a Promise

Prince Edward Island

This spring tulip bulbs at schools will bloom into a beautiful display that will help raise awareness and honour the Canadians who contributed to the Liberation of Europe 75 years ago. The Teacher's Guide shares this story and provides activities linked to science and social studies curriculum.

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Virtual Camp Experience


This program provides parents and teachers with regular e-newsletter updates featuring educational materials, videos, virtual tours, and games, as well as access to activity schedules offering a structured day of fun and hands-on learning for kids ages 5 - 11 and 12 - 18.

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Wanting to learn more about agriculture?

What are GMOs and are they okay to eat? What does organic farming look like? How are animals like chickens or cattle raised? The snapAG project offers a series of reader-friendly information sheets that invite you to explore some hot topics linked to today's agriculture and food sector.

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Our Foundational Partners


Partner with us

If you want to inspire the next generation to care about the food they eat, where it comes from, and how it got on their plates, we would be proud to partner with you.