SOCIALS - Exploring BC's Food and Farming Story

In this interactive workshop participants will explore different ways to teach your students about BC food and farming. BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation offers programs, resources and lesson plans which provide curriculum linked ways to teach your students about where their food comes from. Come explore our maps, participate in an agriculture maker space and discover ways to get your students excited about farming and food! 

Target Audience


To Bring/Important Notes


We will be participating in some hands-on activities together so please have with you for the workshop :

- a small fruit or vegetable to eat (a cherry tomato, blueberry, grape, etc.) 

- a whole apple and a knife to cut it 

- pencil and piece of blank paper

See you on Monday the 29th!


10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

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  • BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation
    Holly Johnson

    Holly is BCAITC's  Education Specialist. Raised on a small berry farm on Vancouver Island, she loves to share her enthusiasm for food and first hand agriculture knowledge with teachers across BC. Holly has taught Kindergarten, Grade One, Grade Two, and Grade Four and has worked in independent and public schools in Vanderhoof and in Kelowna. When not helping teachers with the sharing of BC’s Food Story, Holly likes to wrangle her three small children and pursue her new hobby of canning her freshly grown produce.