Sask Food Story
Grades 6 to 9 | OCT 29, 30 & NOV 5
Students are invited to the Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility for a half day program examining agriculture in Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan agriculture around the world! Students will observe a working dairy barn including a robotic milking parlor, explore the Feeding the World Interpretive Center, try their hand at making a food product and play a food security game investigating the role that Saskatchewan farmers play in global food production.
(Morning and Afternoon Sessions available)
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Host Partner: University of Saskatchewan
"We got to see a calf born, enough said."
Gillian Stange, Greystone Heights School
RW5.1, RW5.2, RW6.1, RW6.2, IN6.3, DR6.2, IN7.1, IN7.2, RW7.1, RW8.3