Additional Resources

Classroom Agriculture ProgramAlberta Canola is proud to be a member and supporter of the Classroom Agriculture Program! The Classroom Agriculture Program was created to enhance students’ understanding of agriculture and where their food comes from, thereby fostering a greater respect for the industry and the individuals who make Alberta-based food production a reality.
Project Agriculture logoproject AGRICULTURE is a brand new, FREE, program for Alberta teachers! project AGRICULTURE encourages students to interact with each other, their school community and agricultural producers and content experts in their outside communities. Students are challenged to create and share their understandings of current issues connected to agriculture through projects they submit to project AGRICULTURE. Encourage students to explore the many photos on this website and in its learning sources that represent current Alberta farms and farmers.
aitc-canada-logoAgriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C) is the national voice for agriculture education in Canada. AITC-C exists to help students across the country understand and appreciate how diverse agriculture truly is. AITC-C delivers programs, resources, and initiatives that engage, connect, and inspire with accurate, balanced, and current information that is based on science.
Journey 2050 logoJourney 2050 takes students on a virtual farm simulation that explores world food sustainability. Using an inquiry based approach the program encourages students to make decisions and adjust them as they see their impact on society, the environment and the economy at a local and global scale. The students hear from farmers across the globe.
Eat is about inspiring you in the kitchen and connecting you to the farm with Canada’s oil, canola oil. Canola Eat Well shares stories about our farmers, their farms and what they do to grow food for our tables. is a joint partnership between Alberta CanolaManitoba Canola Growers and SaskCanola.
Inside Education logoInside Education gives incredible teachers the means to venture far beyond their teaching objectives. We empower them to inspire and engage young stewards by incorporating environmental and natural resource education into their classrooms.
CASA logoThe Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) promotes farm safety in the agricultural sector. CASA works with partners in government, business, and farming organizations across the country to support initiatives that equip producers, their families and their workers with the information and tools needed to make farms a safe place to live, work and play.
Ag for life webAgriculture for Life (Ag for Life) is a charitable organization dedicated to building a greater understanding and appreciation of agriculture and its fundamental connection to life. Since 2011, Ag for Life has been a leading voice in the promotion of agriculture, food, health and safety education. Through partnerships and collaboration, we develop, expand and offer high quality educational programming to children, youth and adults.
BFF logoBest Food Facts is supported by The Center for Food Integrity and The Canadian Center for Food Integrity, not-for-profit organizations that help today’s food system earn consumer trust. Our members and project partners, who represent the diversity of the food system in the United State and Canada, are committed to providing accurate information and working together to address important issues in food and agriculture. The Center for Food Integrity and the Canadian Center for Food Integrity do not lobby or advocate for individual companies or brands.