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Nous sommes Agriculture en classe Canada.

Chef de file de l’éducation en matière d’agriculture au Canada.

Qui nous sommes

Agriculture en classe Canada (ACC) est le porte-parole national de l’éducation en matière d’agriculture au Canada. L’agriculture, le secteur de l’agroalimentaire ainsi que l’éducation sont nos centres d’intérêt et ceux des organismes membres d’ACC. Notre mission collective est d’inciter les élèves et les éducateurs du pays à améliorer leurs connaissances de l’agriculture et de l’agroalimentaire ainsi que d’apprécier davantage ces deux secteurs. Notre travail est fondé sur la transparence, l’intégrité, l’autonomisation et la collaboration. 

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Nos activités

Nous collaborons avec les neuf membres provinciaux d’ACC pour offrir des ressources, des programmes et des initiatives qui sont liés au secteur de l’agroalimentaire et fondés sur la science. Nous incitons les élèves et les éducateurs à faire preuve de curiosité et à avoir l’esprit critique. En permettant d’avoir des liens avec des Canadiens ayant une activité professionnelle dans l’agroalimentaire, nous faisons découvrir aux jeunes l’histoire de l’agriculture et de l’alimentation au Canada. 

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Agriculture en classe Canada

Faits saillants au niveau national

L'agriculture dans le zoo

Rapport d’étape 2017-2018

ACC est heureux de présenter son tout premier rapport d’étape. Apprenez-en plus sur notre organisme et les jalons de la dernière année.

Voir le rapport - PDF (20.9MB)

Jardinier

Ressource Before the Plate disponible maintenant!

Enseignants.es du secondaire - Avez vous vu Before the Plate? Voulez-vous vous en servir en salle de classe?

Téléchargez le Guide Before the Plate

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Faits saillants au niveau provincial

Amazing Agriculture Adventure

Manitoba

With the help of our 400 volunteers and partners, we are able to teach over 1,700 students a year about Canadian agriculture through this one extraordinary program!

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Little Green Thumbs Program

Saskatchewan

Little Green Thumbs is an indoor classroom gardening program, which creates dynamic learning opportunities for teachers and students by supporting them to grow food right in their own learning environments.

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Blossom's Big Job

Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador

Students in attendance were the first in Canada to hear Blossom’s story. Students got to learn how honey is made, the importance of honey bees to the food system, see Beekeeper’s tools, and even taste some local honey.

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Teacher Ambassador Program

Ontario

AgScape's Teacher Ambassadors are Ontario Certified Teachers with a passion for sharing topics in agriculture, food, health and the environment with you and your students.

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genAG

Île-du-Prince-Édouard

The Ag in the Field team from Kensington Intermediate Senior High School, were the winners in the second annual genAg competition held recently at the Farm Centre.

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BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program + Milk

Colombie-Britannique

The BC School Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program +Milk delivers BC grown fruits and vegetables (and milk for K-5 students) to over 90% of K-12 pubic and First Nations Schools in BC. That’s over 8.8 million servings during 12 weeks of the school year.

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Vous pensez à faire carrière dans l’agriculture et l’agroalimentaire?

« thinkAG » est un ensemble interactif de ressources pédagogiques et d’outils de sensibilisation conçus pour explorer les nombreuses possibilités professionnelles qu’offrent les secteurs de l’agriculture et de l’agroalimentaire.

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AITC Canada
Des Nouvelles

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Education Specialist Joins the AITC-C Team

15 mai 2019

(Winnipeg, Manitoba – May 15, 2019) Agriculture in the Classroom Canada’s (AITC-C) team grew by one this month with the addition of their new Education Specialist, Melissa Galay. Melissa, who is no stranger to the AITC family, was born and raised in Minnedosa, Manitoba and grew up with an understanding of agriculture and the importance of sharing that knowledge with others. She worked both as a summer student with AITC Manitoba and a Program Assistant for AITC-C before completing her education degree in Saskatchewan. Prior to starting her secondment with AITC-C in May 2019, Melissa was working as an agriculture educator with the Sun West School Division, developing and teaching online courses to accompany locally developed curriculum at the Sun West Distance Learning Centre.

Read the full media release here. (French PDF)

Alberta’s Agriculture for Life Named as Newest AITC-C Member

24 avril 2019

(Winnipeg, Manitoba – April 24, 2019) In March 2019, Agriculture for Life was named as Agriculture in the Classroom Canada’s (AITC-C) newest provincial member, with CEO Luree Williamson joining AITC-C as Director. AITC-C represents nine dedicated provincial member organizations that deliver agriculture education to classrooms in their home provinces, those organizations also offer a representative who sits on AITC-C’s Board of Directors.

Agriculture for Life is an Alberta-based charitable organization dedicated to developing a stronger understanding and appreciation of agriculture and helping people to recognize its fundamental connection to life.

Read the full media release here (English PDF). (French PDF)

Communications Manager Announced for AITC-C

14 mars 2019

(Ottawa, Ontario) On April 8, 2019, Agriculture in the Classroom-Canada (AITC-C) will welcome Kim Sabourin as its new Communications Manager, based in Ottawa.

Kim Sabourin, born in Calgary, Alberta and raised just west of Ottawa, has primarily worked in the not-for-profit sector in communication and community relations’ roles. Kim has worked in the field of International Education and is currently the Manager of Communications and Member Engagement with the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA). CSTA is where Kim got her start in agriculture and where she truly developed her passion for food and advocating for agriculture. Through engaging with CSTA members, partners and stakeholders Kim developed an understanding of the industry and an appreciation for the critical work being done. While at CSTA, Kim has had the opportunity to manage their brand refresh, develop a new website for the Association, reimagine many communication tools and more. While it will be difficult for her to leave CSTA, Kim is very excited about the opportunity to join AITC-C.

Read the full media release here.

Nos partenaires

Nos partenaires

Si vous voulez inciter la jeune génération à se soucier de la nourriture qu’elle consomme et de sa provenance, nous serons heureux de collaborer avec vous.