Canadian Western Agribition's Education Program is now in its 32nd year.
The Education Program has been one of the agriculture industry's best tools in educating urban and rural youth about where the food on their table comes from by using such tools as live animals and interactive stations.
Since its first year the program has taught thousands of school children the important role agriculture plays in the food industry.
The Education Program displays and activities are located in the Family Ag Pavilion in the Co-operator's Centre, and while they are targeted at children in grades K through 6, everyone is welcome to stop by to learn more about today's agriculture and food production.
In order to keep the Education Program free-of-charge for young people to enjoy, Ledcor graciously covered the $2 fee per student. This ensures every young person in the province who wants to learn about the industry has the opportunity to do so.
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Please contact Carrie Hackel for more information on the Education Program: