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Programs & Field Trips

Our flagship programs and field trips for teachers and students turn agriculture education into a hands-on adventure.

Explore Digital Agriculture Presentation

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Want to spark your students’ interest in the diverse careers available in the compelling world of digital agriculture? 

Who: Grade 10-12 students
When: September 2023 - March 31, 2024
Where: Your classroom (virtually or in-person)
Time: 60 minutes
Cost: Free

Sign up for AITC-M’s Explore Digital Agriculture Presentation today! Digital agriculture and technology-related careers are awaiting the next generation of problem-solvers and difference-makers. This is your opportunity to help students learn about the exciting elements of digital agriculture and the careers associated with this area of the sector.  

Presentations will feature:  

  • An AITC staff member or representative sharing about their career journey 

  • Exploration of the many exciting tools and technologies used in agriculture and food production  

  • Students working collaboratively to solve real-life agricultural challenges using their new-found knowledge  


The Career Case: Explore Digital Agriculture Extension Activity has been developed in partnership with Agriculture in the Classroom Canada’s prairie provincial member organizations: Agriculture in the Classroom-Manitoba, Ag for Life in Alberta, and Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan. This initiative is generously supported by Protein Industries Canada (PIC) and Enterprise Machine Intelligence and Learning Initiative (EMILI) Canada, and is part of a larger partnership with Actua, to showcase what a tangible career in the agri-food industry can look like. 

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Contact Information

Adelle Gervin
Program Manager

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