March 2017 is Canadian Ag Literacy Month

Posted on November 17, 2016

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Do cows sleep inside?
What do pigs eat?
How many kernels of wheat are in a loaf of bread?

 

Kids today have questions about farming – help us answer them!

 

Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month is an initiative of Agriculture in the Classroom Canada to raise student awareness about Canadian agriculture by providing positive and realistic messages from the industry and producers. 

Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) helps students learn about, connect with, and understand agriculture. We invite anyone involved in agriculture to participate in Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month. Volunteers are needed to spend 45 minutes in a grade 3-5 classroom to share your passion and personal agriculture story.

Last year, over 4000 students learned more about agriculture by participating in Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month – help us reach even more students this year!

Register to visit a classroom today at www.aitc.sk.ca or contact Gabrielle Edwards at gedwards@aitc.sk.ca for more information.

2017 CALM is proudly sponsored by: