What's New

Celebrating 30 Years

BCAITC is thirty this year! Who would have thought that a simple idea borne around a farmer’s table would impact so many youths today? BCAITC has now established itself as the leader in BC K-12 agriculture and food education and has grown by leaps and bounds over the past 30 years: 

Teacher Champion - Debbie Mar

In this issue of our BCAITC Teacher Champion series, we are pleased to profile elementary school teacher, Debbie Mar. Discover her passion for educating students about BC agriculture and food.

Cook-Along With Chef Randle - February 22

Stay tuned - more information coming soon!

New - Beef Resources

BCAITC is pleased to announce the introduction of new beef resources for K-12 classroom and homeschool teachers! New beef unit plans explore topics like production, lifecycles, sustainability, land management, careers, and more.

Teacher Champion - Gina Sena

In this issue of our BCAITC Teacher Champion series, we are pleased to profile secondary school teacher, Gina Sena. Discover her passion for educating students about BC agriculture and food.

12 Days of Agriculture Education Contest

BC teachers and home school educators: Learn about BCAITC's K-12 resources PLUS have the chance to win prizes totalling over $1,240 in value! Enter our 12 Days of Agriculture Education Contest daily December 1 to 12, 2021! 12 chances to win!

BC Farm Q & A - Brackenhurst Farm

The newest feature in our BCAITC BC Farm Q & A Series showcases Brackenhurst Farm, a multi-generation dairy farm in North Saanichton, BC. Learn about this amazing farm and its team’s passion for everything agriculture!

Spotlight Series on Hazelnuts

BC students can learn about BC hazelnuts from farm to table with the new BCAITC Spotlight Series on Hazelnuts. Culinary Arts and Home Economics classrooms, homeschools, and anyone interested in food and farming can use the Spotlight Series on Hazelnuts tools to learn about the amazing BC hazelnut

Spotlight Series on Honey

Did you know that there are over 3,795 BC beekeepers with live bee colonies? Did you know that BC produces over 18.8 million dollars of honey annually? Students can learn about BC honey from farm to table in the new BCAITC Spotlight Series on Honey.

Spotlight Series on Chickens

Chickens will be centre-stage in BC secondary schools this month as BCAITC introduce a new educational resource – the Spotlight Series on Chickens! This multi-faceted toolkit provides a selection of farm-to-table educational videos, activities, and recipes.