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Agriculture in the Classroom Canada 

Agriculture in the Classroom Canada and Dairy Farmers of Canada announce 2023 scholarship recipients

Agriculture in the Classroom Canada and Dairy Farmers of Canada  announce 2023 scholarship recipients
Five students selected to receive a total of $15,000

(Headingly, MB) - Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C), a Canadian charitable organization with a vision to bring agriculture to every classroom, and Dairy Farmers of Canada (DFC), the voice of Canadian dairy farmers, are proud to announce the winners of the DFC Here for Tomorrow Scholarship, powered by thinkAG.

Over 110 submissions were received this year from across the country, an increase by over 50% from year 1. The 2023 scholarship recipients are:

  • Lena Park: Grade 11 student from British Columbia (Visual Arts piece on The Three Sisters)
  • Victoria Pitsiaeli: Grade 12 student from British Columbia (Video- Setting her sights on being an Agronomist)
  • Olivia Szerepi: Grade 11 student from Ontario (Written Essay on caring for those who care for us)
  • Calvin Cao: Grade 12 student from Ontario (Video on the AI future of Pest-Busting)
  • Edward Sy: Grade 12 student from Ontario (Written essay on Biotechnologists being the Guardians of Sustainability)

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