Season 1: The Great Canadian Farm Tour

Learn about Canada’s exciting agriculture and food story, and see what life is like for real Canadian farmers all across the country by taking your students on 11 virtual farm tours. This extraordinary learning opportunity will inspire your students, ignite their curiosity, and teach them about the important role agriculture plays in their lives, every day!



Become a champion for agriculture education!

Are you a member of the agriculture and food industry? Help us share Canada’s agriculture and food story!



Curriculum Connected Resource Matrix

Find FREE interactive resources that provide fun, engaging ways for students to discover agriculture and food - perfect for in classroom and at-home learning! 



Grow Your Legacy.

Ensure future generations learn about Canada’s agriculture & food story with a legacy gift. Supporting agriculture education today will help empower consumers and inspire leaders of tomorrow!



Are you ready to thinkAG?

Discover how students can find their dream career in agriculture and food. The thinkAG website features career education resources, activities, scholarships and more! 


Who we are

Leaders in agriculture education.

What we do

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

Teacher Resource Search

Enter a keyword to search through our matrix of 200+ FREE curriculum connected resources!

Ready to investigate the trending topics in agriculture & food? 

What are GMOs and are they safe? What does organic farming look like? How are animals like chickens or cattle raised? snapAG is a series of reader-friendly information sheets that invite you to explore the hot topics in today's agriculture and food sector. 

Ready to get students to thinkAG?

thinkAG.ca is a one-stop shop for resources and experiences that inspire students’ interest in agriculture and food careers. Offering them insight into career paths tailored to their interests and skills, this site helps students find their own purpose-driven dream career. 

To ensure the long-term vitality of the agricultural sector, we must encourage youth to become curious about agriculture, informed about where their food comes from, and to consider future careers in the sector. The Agriculture in the Classroom team’s important work is developing future agri-food leaders and informed consumers.

The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

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