Volunteers help AITC-SK reach more youth each year!

With the volunteer efforts of our partners and community members, students spent over 366,500 hours learning about agriculture last year. Young people deserve to know where their food comes from; you can make it happen!

"Are you mother nature?" asks a grade two girl to the farmer who is visiting her classroom. The farmer isn't Mother Nature, but she does her best to farm in a way that protects the land.

Three ways to get involved:

Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month (CALM) Presenter

Visit a classroom during the month of March and share your personal agriculture story. We will match you up with a classroom (or several if you are willing) in your area and provide you with a book or activity to share with students.

Sign up for CALM here!

Farm & Ag Tour Host

Host a group of local students to your farm or ag business and guide them around your operation where they can ask questions and learn more about how food is grown in Saskatchewan.

Sign up your farm or ag business here!

General Volunteering

Event Support

Be a support person for students at agricultural education events as you guide groups from station to station. 


Materials and training provided for you to engage with students and lead them through interactive learning stations at agricultural education events.

Sign Up For General Volunteering