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

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Bayer supports AITC-C in national 'Business of Food' expansion

AITC-C is set to expand The Business of Food (BOF) program nationally, thanks to a $450,000 multi-year partnership from Bayer Crop Science Canada. BOF is a comprehensive e-learning platform aimed at bringing knowledge about food and agriculture to education professionals.


Agriculture in the Classroom Canada Receives $1.6 million From AAFC

The Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced Agriculture in the Classroom Canada has been approved for up to $1.6 million over two years under the AgriCompetitiveness Program. The announcement marked the launch of one of AITC-C's flagship initiatives, Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM), which is now in its tenth year.

The Real Dirt on Farming

The Real Dirt on Farming in the Classroom

A successful partnership between Farm & Food Care (FFC) and Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C) has led to the completion of a national classroom resource designed to give students and teachers across Canada the opportunity to dig deeper into the latest edition of The Real Dirt on Farming (RDOF). 

Provincial Highlights

Cook-Along With Chef Randle - May 8th

British Columbia

Gather the family together to celebrate Mother’s Day (1 day in advance)! Enjoy a free cooking lesson with Chef Trevor Randle and learn about BC foods and agriculture with a virtual webinar from 9:00am to 10:30am on Saturday, May 8.

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AITC-M Introduces New Website and Brand


The new brand is designed to engage more teachers and students in understanding and celebrating the role agriculture plays in our province, our lives, and our future. The website will make it easier than ever for teachers to find educational resources, activities and events they can use to bring agriculture to life in their classrooms.

Check it out here

AITC-SK Lauches Kid-Friendly Website


ExploreSaskAg.ca brings the story of agriculture in Saskatchewan to life! Grades 4 to 6 students will discover the fascinating Past and Present of agriculture in the province through highly interactive bits of information that are informative yet engaging. Quizzes and lessons are provided to guide teachers and students in their discovery and support further learning.

Explore The Site

Bee Creative Literacy Contest


AITC-NL is hosting the Bee Creative Literacy Contest for K to Grade 6. Classes can submit up to three literary works that showcase their literary talent and agricultural savvy. The 10 winning classes will decorate a celebratory beehive that will be housed at a real beekeeper’s farm.

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Watch Télé-O-Champ!


Discover fun educational in class activities with Ecole-O-Champ! Want to teach your students about where their food comes from but don’t know where to start? Watch the four Télé-O-Champ! From seeds to the garden, they’ll learn how to grow plants and which parts they’re eating in a fun and interactive way - they might even be able to taste the vegetables and sprouts they grew!

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AgScape's Annual General Meeting


Join AgScape for its virtual Annual General Meeting scheduled over two days: April 28 & May 5.
This year’s theme is “Thriving in a Changing World” which celebrates AgScape's 30th anniversary of leading agriculture and food education in Ontario, reflecting on the flexibility and adaptability AgScape has embraced over time.


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.