"Are you mother nature?" asks a grade two girl to the farmer who is visiting her classroom. The farmer isn't Mother Nature, but she does her best to farm in a way that protects the land.

Volunteers help AITC-SK reach more youth each year. With the volunteer efforts of our partners and community members, students spent over 325,000 hours learning about agriculture last year.

All children deserve the opportunity to be connected to agriculture; you can make it happen. We host programs in various communities across Saskatchewan.

Volunteer Opportunities

Classroom Presenter - Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month

Be the face of agriculture! Visit a classroom and share your personal agriculture story with students during Canadian Agriculture Literacy MONTH in March. To volunteer for this program sign up at www.aitc-calm.ca.

Group Leader

Be a support for students at agricultural learning events. Help bring students out of the classroom so they can participate in agricultural events all over the province. Event dates and locations vary - event day commitment is generally 9am-3pm.

School Gardens

Weeding, watering, seeding - you can help children learn about where their food comes from by volunteering for our Saskatoon Summer Garden Program.


Guide students through interactive learning stations as a presenter at agricultural education events.

Sign Up To Volunteer