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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.

Manitoba Ag Days Adventure

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Who: Students Grades 7 and 8
Where: Keystone Centre, Brandon, Manitoba
Tuesday, January 16 - spots available
Wednesday, January 17 - FULLY BOOKED
Thursday, January 18 - one spot available
Cost: FREE (schools will be reimbursed a percentage of their transportation costs)
Registration: Open until January 5, 2024

Think global, act local! This day-long event, offered each year in conjunction with Manitoba Ag Days in Brandon, challenges Grades 7 and 8 students to gain a wider perspective of agriculture, science, social studies, and career opportunities through fun, hands-on activities and teamwork.

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  • In the morning, students play the World Game and gain a perspective on global issues as they learn about population, ratio and proportion, distribution and density, agricultural production, food security, and imports and exports.
  • In the afternoon, they go on an Ag Hunt, working in teams to visit participating Manitoba Ag Days booths for information about our local ag industry and ag careers.

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If you would like your booth to be part of the Manitoba Ag Days Adventure, please contact our Program Manager, Julie Fisher, at

Supported by Manitoba Ag Days.

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Contact Information

Julie Fisher
Program Manager

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