Egg Farmers of Canada joins Agriculture in the Classroom to teach Canadian students about egg farming

When we think about school subjects, the usual suspects come to mind: math, English, science, and perhaps art, among the others. And while curriculums vary from province to province, there is one fundamentally important subject that is too often conspicuously absent: agriculture! Our partner, Agriculture in the Classroom Canada, is looking to change that. This […]

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