New LEAF program will change the way that Ontario youth learn about their food.
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It is easy to understand why Amanda Brodhagen jokes that she wears many different hats.
If you’re an active Facebook user, you may have noticed a recent “challenge” on your newsfeed, encouraging people to share one photo of agriculture and tag other friends to do the same.
Canada’s Agriculture Day celebrates vibrant industry while encouraging conversations to bridge gap between consumers and their food.
Find out how Will gets involved in the farm-to-food conversation and shares the story of his farm with consumers.
Elementary school teacher Heather Law developed an ag literacy program to help her students become more aware of their food sources.
As a kid growing up in the city, it’s pretty safe to say I knew nothing about agriculture. But I […]
Ag More Than Ever’s latest video features people from across the country and the agriculture industry coming together to add their voice to the food conversation.
School teacher dedicates her skills and passion to ag education work.
Participants at the Canadian Young Farmers Forum share their story and answer the question: why do you farm?
The Peterson Brothers’ online success has helped positive ag messages go viral.
Growing up on a grain farm in St. Gregor, Saskatchewan, I saw a daily routine throughout the spring and fall […]