Inspiring the next generation to care about our food system.

Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) is a registered charity. We partner with the agriculture and education communities to connect kids and agriculture through innovative, experiential, curriculum-based programs and resources.

We acknowledge that our staff and the communities we serve are on Treaty 2, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 10 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis. We pay our respect to the First Nations and Métis ancestors who have lived on the land for time immemorial and reaffirm our relationship with one another.

What's New

Teacher Agriculture Expedition

For teachers who want to see first-hand how food is grown and raised in Saskatchewan, and are looking for ways to inspire hands-on learning.
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Ag in Motion 50/50

Ag in Motion 50/50

A chance to win PLUS support experiential agriculture education and leadership development in youth.
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WFPF Virtual Youth Institute

WFPF Virtual Youth Institute

Are you passionate about global food security? You could represent Saskatchewan at the WFPF Virtual Youth Institute!
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AITC-SK's 30 Year Celebration & General Meeting

AITC-SK's 30 Year Celebration & General Meeting

The past 30 years has only prepared us for the next 30.
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We are Making a Difference:

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Help advance agriculture education in the province (Charity # 88687 4692).

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Our Reach in 2023

372,600 Student Experiences

372,600 Student Experiences

658 Schools

658 Schools

261 Communities

261 Communities

10,394 Resources Mailed Out

10,394 Resources Mailed Out

8,072 Resource Downloads

8,072 Resource Downloads

Our Sponsors

AITC-SK is a proud member of AITC-Canada. Along with 9 other provincial teams we are delivering educational programs and resources that engage, empower, and inspire students to care about food and the people who produce it. Learn more at www.aitc-canada.ca.