Young people deserve to know where their food comes from.

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 the communities we serve are located on Treaty territory.

What's New

AITC-SK is proud to release our INTERACTIVE 2020 Annual Report!

Explore our online, interactive Annual Report to discover how AITC-SK found innovative new opportunities during a global pandemic.
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SaskOats Nutrition Support Bursary

SaskOats Nutrition Support Bursary

We're offering a chance to win a BURSARY to put towards an oat themed breakfast for your school!
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Pilot Teachers Wanted for NEW High School Resource!

Pilot Teachers Wanted for NEW High School Resource!

We are looking for Grades 9 to 12 teachers to pilot a NEW resource Pandemic Pizza: How COVID-19 Impacted the Saskatchewan food system!
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Pilot Teachers Wanted for NEW Middle Years Nutrition Resource

Pilot Teachers Wanted for NEW Middle Years Nutrition Resource

We are looking for teachers who want to help shape our NEW, GAMIFIED nutrition resource!
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Here's What We Do:

Support AITC-SK

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Help advance agriculture education in the province (Charity # 988687 4692).

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Volunteer with us

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Join us in creating memorable learning experiences for students.

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Our Reach in 2020

88,783 Student Experiences

88,783 Student Experiences

446 Schools

446 Schools

179 Communities

179 Communities

1,880 Resources Mailed Out

1,880 Resources Mailed Out

3,571 Unique Resource Downloads

3,571 Unique Resource Downloads

Our Partners

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.