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Food Farm program back teaching Sask. youth about ag sector

Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC-SK) is celebrating its 10th year of teaching students the importance of farming through its Food Farm program.

Over the next few weeks, those in grade 3 will be able to see how some of their favourite ingredients for familiar foods like pizza, burgers, and fries are grown.

“It’s really just an immersive agricultural learning experience,” said Chandra Gusikoski, the communications manager for AITC -SK.

Students will also get a chance to learn more about bees, farm safety, water management, dairy, and more.

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