Before you take the stage in front of an audience, give these seven simple tips and tricks a read and some thought.
- Agriculture matters
- Agvocate profile
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- Education and learning
- Feeding the world
- Field crops
- Fruits and vegetables
- Learning and Education
- Other sectors
- Partner profile
- Poultry and eggs
- Public trust
- Social license
- Wine and beverages
- Women in ag
- Young farmers
Learning and Education
School teacher dedicates her skills and passion to ag education work.
There are many myths and misconceptions about our industry, and as an agvocate you can help dispel them by hosting an Open Farm Day at your operation.
Open Farm Days give consumers a greater appreciation for where their food comes from – here are tips on how to host your own.
University of Manitoba class project brings virtual farm tours to the masses.
Learn tips for presenting about agriculture from Cherilyn Nagel.
Tell young people that agriculture is a great place to grow your career.
University of Guelph ag students are being an active voice in the food conversation.
Everyone in agriculture can affect how both conscious and unconscious perceptions of our industry are formed.
People are interested in not only where, but who their food comes from. This is our time to shine.
Volunteer at a local school during Canadian Ag Literacy Week, February 28 – March 5.