Agriculture in the Classroom

Letter from the President

Agriculture in the Classroom–MB Inc. has never been more relevant and needed in our world.


Welcome to Agriculture in the Classroom- Manitoba. We have been providing accurate, balanced and current curriculum linked agriculture information for over 25 years throughout the province of Manitoba. Our organization has grown significantly since its inception thanks in part to our hard working and passionate staff who have consistently sought out experiential learning opportunities to teach about the science and technology that goes into producing the high quality, safe and nutritious food we produce in this province. Thanks must also go to our sponsors, both corporate and individual, as well as the many volunteers who have supported our vision and allowed us to grow into the organization we are today. Equally important are the teachers and educators who have allowed us into their classrooms or who have brought their students to our events throughout the year. They have allowed the positive message about agriculture to be delivered to the next generation of leaders who will someday be shaping the world in which we live.

Over the years we have become the leader in delivering agriculture awareness and education. This leadership has helped us form many partnerships allowing us to improve and expand our programs. Whether it is our Made in Manitoba Breakfast, the Amazing Ag Adventure or the Little Green Thumbs gardening program you will find an energetic program tailor made to have an educational impact on our youth.

Please take some time looking through our website. It offers an array of programs and information designed to tell the great story about agriculture. As each generation moves further away from the farm it becomes even more important to inform our youth about how their food is produced, the importance of this industry to our province and the career opportunities that exist for those who want to work in a dynamic and rewarding industry.

We look forward to your continued support and to many more years of educating the youth of Manitoba about agriculture.

Brian Kenyon


Agriculture in the Classroom - MB