The Science Education Partnership is a unique collaboration between education and business that provides science resources for educators within the Lambton Kent District School Board and the St. Clair Catholic District School Board.
Anyone who wants to know more about farming and issues such as farm animal care or food safety will find this 44 page full-colour booklet to be a helpful resource – perfect for students, educators, politicians and the media.
Farm & Food Care is the first coalition of its type in Canada, bringing together tens of thousands of livestock, crop and horticulture farmers and related businesses with a mandate to provide credible information on food and farming in Ontario.
Formerly Ontario Agri-Food Education (OAFE). Dedicated to enhancing the learning experiences of students by providing high quality, objective and curriculum-linked agriculture and food related learning materials and professional consultative service to Ontario educators.
What are GMOs and are they okay to eat? What does organic farming look like? How are animals like chicken or cattles raised? The snapAG project offers a series of reader-friendly information sheets that invite you to explore some hot topics linked to today’s agriculture and food sector
This program is a free service to teachers and provides educational support to elementary schools in Ontario, Canada. It offers an exciting and interactive learning opportunity for students. Teachers can depend on our program to help students acquire an insight into various aspects of the Dairy Industry.
The FVGO is a not for profit organization representing all fresh market vegetables grown in Ontario with the exceptions of asparagus, garlic, potatoes, rutabagas, greenhouse and processing vegetables as they are covered by grower organizations.
The mission of Agriculture in the Classroom is to “increase agricultural literacy through K-12 education.” An agriculturally literate person is defined as “one who understands and can communicate the source and value of agriculture as it affects quality of life.”
Learn more about Agriculture such as “What is Agriculture?”, “History”, “Types of Agriculture”, “Crops”, “Animals & Livestock”, “Farming Around the World”, “Careers in Agriculture”, and other links where you can find out even more.
Roundup alternatives without glyphosate are available and can be effective. Organic brand options use naturally occurring oils or acids, and some alternatives can even be made with household ingredients. Farmers may find it easier to use different herbicides or farming methods.