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Each October, Agriculture Month celebrates industry success stories, while helping others understand and appreciate modern agriculture.
Considering a career in the agriculture and agri-food industry is the first step into an exciting and rewarding career. ThinkAG encourages young people to discover and explore all the career opportunities that the agriculture sector has to offer.
The program funds industry projects that enhance the public perception of agriculture, create awareness of its role in the economy and promote the diversity of agricultural careers.
Agriculture in the City is a free, fun, family event that that teaches attendees about the role that agriculture plays in everyone’s daily lives.
Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan is the provincial leader in agricultural education. They provide innovative, curriculum-based programs and resources to help increase students' understanding of agriculture
The program awards one scholarship of $4,000 and three runner-up scholarships of $2,000 each to students who want to speak up about agriculture.
As of August 31, 2017, the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is no longer delivering the Green Certificate Farm Training Program.
The program provides funding to industry associations to co-ordinate and support mentorships between young producers and industry leaders.
Food Farms are an interactive, curriculum-linked tool for teaching children about food production and modern agriculture.
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