There’s no question that there’s a lot of pride among those who contribute to Canada’s dynamic agriculture industry.
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- Young farmers
Young farmers from across Canada are optimistic for the future.
Meet Emmett, proud agvocate, 4-H member and farmer.
Canada’s Agriculture Day celebrates vibrant industry while encouraging conversations to bridge gap between consumers and their food.
Elementary school teacher Heather Law developed an ag literacy program to help her students become more aware of their food sources.
Ag More Than Ever recently conducted a survey* to see how far the cause has come since launching four years ago. The results prove the work that agvocates and partners are doing is making a real difference.
Documentary explores the truth behind common misconceptions of agriculture, and empowers farmers to stand up and advocate for their social license to farm
Tell young people that agriculture is a great place to grow your career.
Participants at the Canadian Young Farmers Forum share their story and answer the question: why do you farm?
Protecting and maintaining agriculture’s social license is everyone’s job and is essential to the industry’s long-term success.
In 1913, E. Ward Jones provided a group of youth in Roland, Manitoba a bag of seed potatoes, a dozen […]
I grew up in rural Saskatchewan and although I’m now raising two “city” kids, I’m fortunate that we still have that […]