New LEAF program will change the way that Ontario youth learn about their food.
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Learn about the game teaching teens about agriculture and sustainability.
Young farmers from across Canada are optimistic for the future.
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.
As a kid growing up in the city, it’s pretty safe to say I knew nothing about agriculture. But I […]
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.
Volunteer at a local school during Canadian Ag Literacy Week, February 28 – March 5.
Farm Credit Canada’s project helps high school students see a future in agriculture.
Even in the rural, agriculture-based communities it’s surprising how much disconnect is arising from farm to fork. Just imagine what’s […]
In our sixth webinar, “Getting youth excited about ag,” Portia MacDonald-Dewhirst, Executive Director of the Canadian Agricultural Human Resource Council, […]