Our own Chef Randle will be cooking up a storm of BC product at this year's Fusion Festival in Surrey.
Hands on learning and agriculture go hand in hand. The minute a student tastes the fresh vegetables they've grown themselves they're sold!
Building on a philosophy of ongoing improvement, BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation is looking for qualified service providers to assist us with new strategies to improve our organization.
In honour or #DayoftheHoneyBee which took place this week, we thought it would be a good opportunity to highlight our teacher resources that focus on bees and pollinators.
Thank you to everyone for supporting our BCAITC Fundraiser Dinner – Taste of Spring 2018!
We’ve partnered with the BC Greenhouse Growers Association to bring teachers and their students to see just how a greenhouse works!
If you’re passionate about agriculture, food and education, we have the perfect event for you! We will be hosting our third annual Fundraiser Dinner on April 21st, 2018 at Thomas Haney Secondary in Maple Ridge.
For most people, eating fruits and vegetables is as simple as dropping by the local grocery store, but for many remote communities in BC, getting their hands on fresh produce isn't so easy.
We are excited to launch our first ever AITC blog! We hope to keep you up to date not only on all our programs and resources, but diverse topics throughout agriculture and farming as well.