June 2022
Inspired by In-person Interactions
In-person programs were back this Spring and brought the meaningful, personal connection we have missed the past 2 years. Read on for Spring highlights!
A storybook for your grain farming family that proudly harvests your crops each year!
'A Harvest Story' is written and illustrated in Saskatchewan, and is about a day-in-the-life of a farmer at harvest time. For the month of June, a donation to AITC-SK will get your family or farm's name added to the book and you'll receive a copy as a special keepsake to read with your kids!
A keepsake harvest storybook AND supporting an important organization is win-win! Your donation to AITC-SK will help inspire the next generation of consumers to care about food, building a stronger agriculture future for us all!
Over 2,000 Students Experience Food Farms!
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NEW Programs Manager

Our team is proud and excited to announce that Paige Pister, previously a Program Coordinator, has moved into the role of Programs Manager!

Paige has been with AITC-SK for almost 7 years, and brings first-hand experience with running successful engaging and memorable programs. We look forward to Paige's contributions in her new role!
Community Partnership Highlight
thinkAG Career Expo
In partnership with Canada's Farm Show, students spent a full day exploring many exciting careers and opportunities in agriculture.

"The event was very well organized and my students were very engaged. The volunteers and coordinators/presenters were wonderful! Thank you for such a positive memorable learning experience!" - Alyssa Roslinski, Gr. 4/5 teacher at Arcola Community School 
Ag in Motion - July 19-21, 2022
Inspire and support Saskatchewan youth for a chance to win! AITC-SK and 4-H Saskatchewan are teaming up for the 50/50 at Ag in Motion! Tickets will be available on site, OR watch our social media for a link to get your tickets online.
Visit our booth at Ag in Motion in partnership with 4-H Saskatchewan and Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan! Come see how our organizations are working together to build a stronger agriculture future.
Your Support is Needed
Indigenous Youth Agriculture Program
The agriculture industry will be stronger with the involvement of Indigenous people. Indigenous communities need the opportunities, support, and resources to have more active agriculture activities in their home communities. Our experience in educational programming provides a tremendous opportunity for AITC-SK to play a role in planting the seeds for agriculture and STEM for Indigenous youth.

We are hiring a Program Coordinator to work with Indigenous communities to build an Indigenous Youth Agriculture Program authentically and respectfully. Your support is needed, partner with AITC-SK to help build this program.
AITC-SK is hosting TWO Teacher Agriculture Expeditions
In August, AITC-SK is taking teachers on TWO Agriculture Expeditions to visit farms and personally connect with Saskatchewan food producers. Teaching teachers about where food comes from means positive agriculture conversations in the classrooms for years to come. Add your swag to the tour, contact Leah!