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Canada's Agriculture Day Ottawa
Let’s celebrate the food we love together! Join us for an all-day event for Canada’s Agriculture Day in Ottawa on February 13, 2018.
The event is for the 45 local feeder associations from across the province of Alberta come together to network, celebrate agriculture and for a business meeting. We also host a Young Farmers & Ranchers presentation during this conference to celebrate and encourage the next generation.
Animal Science 200 is the introductory course to Animal Agriculture at the University of Alberta. Students in Animal Science 200 are diverse in background and in career objectives. Typically about 20% of the class have farm animal experience and about 70% of the class are in a pre-veterinary program. This project will strive to provide students the opportunity to gain detailed background knowledge in one commodity area and introduce them to potential careers in agriculture that they may not have considered. Animal Science 200 has a strong track record in experiential learning with programs such as “There’s a Heifer in Your Tank” (2004-2014), “Rural Café” (2016-2016) and “What’s Behind the Barn Doors” (2017). In 2018, 120 students will be enrolled in Animal Science 200, with three lab sessions of 40 students per day. The teaching team will include the instructor (F. E. Robinson), a graduate teaching assistant and nine undergraduate “learning coaches” who have previously taken Animal Science 200. Nine commercial producers will be contacted to participate as program advisors to teams of students. Parkland country staff will assist in developing linkage with student groups and industry partners in Parkland County. This is a private event.
The world is more connected than ever before, which allows both information and misinformation to spread quickly. That’s why it is more important than ever for people to speak up and help spread positive messages about agriculture. Andrew Campbell, A.K.A. The Fresh Air Farmer, will give you a new understanding about the ever-evolving way the world communicates, as well as tips from his own experience as an agvocate on how to share your ag-proud story. HIGHLIGHTS •learn about the #farm635 initiative •discover the power of social media to reach current and future customers •develop tools to reach your target audience and tell your own story
A special week long event tying Family Day, Canada's Agriculture Day AND Valentines Day all into one - celebrating LOVE for FAMILY, FOOD and FUN! Special discounts all week long for touring guests: $5 off family admission (good for up to 2 adults & 4 kids) or $5 single person admission Why this week is going to be AWESOME: - Dairy barn tours hourly on the half hour: Meet the cows, pet the cows, watch them get massages and milk themselves with a robot, and do whatever else they want. - Be a farmer for a day and try some farm chores! - Enjoy food sampling (while quantities last) - Play with the world's most adorable orange cat brothers, Leo & Kit - Farm Fun PHOTO BOOTH! - Crafts in our Moozanine - Explore our Discovery Center: Find your animal weight, test our cow bed, try our poo matching game, and check out our feature event tables! - With every FAMILY admission purchase receive one FREE bag of alfalfa to feed the animals in our outdoor exhibit! - And mooooo-re! :)
Every student in Newfoundland and Labrador will receive a sticker and tattoo to celebrate Canada's Agriculture Day! 35,000 students will have stickers and tattoos to show their appreciation for Canadian Agriculture. Stickers and tattoos graciously provided by Ag More Than Ever!
Agriculture In The Classroom Newfoundland and Labrador will be hosting an event at Helen Tulk Elementary in Bishop's Falls, NL. Approximately 200 students will enjoy a morning of visiting interactive agriculture booths at a mini trade show. Volunteers from NL Agriculture will be there to engage in activities and answer questions about our agriculture industry. Lunch will be prepared by a local chef using local ingredients including some donated by local farmers! Lastly, students will be entertained by The Swinging Belles, a JUNO award winning band from St. John's, NL. This will be amazing opportunity for students at Helen Tulk Elementary to celebrate Canada’s Agriculture Day!
There will be a province-wide Twitter Contest for the month of February! Winners to be picked February 28th. People can enter by showing us how they celebrate Canada's Agriculture Day and Canadian Agriculture using #AITCNL and #CdnAgDay and tag us @AITCNL
HOMESTEAD ORGANICS is a certified organic company offering delicious stone ground flours but also feeds, grains and seeds. On February 13th, we will offer 2 FREE TOURS (one at 10 AM and another one at 2 PM) at our locations in Sebringville and Morrisburg (Ontario). ***The places are limited, so we recommend you to reserve your spot by sending an email to [email protected]
The Ag Update is a conference and tradeshow hosted by the Northeast Branch of Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists. This is a full day event consisting of high quality speakers who will share their extensive expertise on markets, business, research, and agronomy. The 2018 speakers include: •Drew Lerner: President and senior Meteorologist for World Weather Inc. •Tom Wolf: Co-founder of Sprayers 101 •Jessica Pratchler: Northeast Agriculture Research Foundation (NARF) •Dr. Nicholas Larken: Blackleg in Western Canada •Warren Ward/Shawn Senko: Blackleg Canola Variety Labelling in Western Canada •Marlene Boersch: Grain, Oilseed, and Pulse Markets
The K-5 grades from Craik School will be visiting Riskan Hope Farm (Highway #11 between Craik and Aylesbury, i.e. the big red barn between Saskatoon and Regina) in the morning of Feb 13. There are 28 students plus teachers and chaperones.
At FCL, we have a tasty potluck planned to celebrate something we all need and love: FOOD & AGRICULTURE! Please note this is a private event, but we encourage you to do the same at your office!
We will have a beef on a bun with displays of our local farmers and their products along with info from our ag team and their products
A free screening of the Food Evolution documentary courtesy of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS). The screening is being held at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, from 5:30-7:30 pm with a reception to follow. For more information about Food Evolution: http://www.foodevolutionmovie.com