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The agriculture industry accounts for more than 50,000 jobs across the province and it continues to expand. Through personal profiles of young agriculture professionals, students will learn about the diversity of career options, educational requirements, salary expectations and employment prospects that the sector has to offer.
Just like in farming, planting a seed early and nurturing that seed can have lasting benefits. Find materials, lesson plans and curriculum guidance for teachers here.
Preparing for a career in agriculture is remarkably easy. Saskatchewan is a world leader in agricultural education, and in opportunities to put that knowledge into practice.
The world can’t live without food, and as the global population grows there will be increasing pressure to produce more food. Saskatchewan is a major player in the world’s food supply chain and the challenges of the future have already come to Saskatchewan to be solved.
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