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NSIA Annual Fall Tour

NSIA is planning their annual Fall Tour, this year within the Valley region! This is occurring Thursday, October 3rd, 2019.

Please note: the registration deadline is September 25th, 2019. Payment must be made online by selecting the “2019 Fall Tour” option on the home screen. If you have any dietary requirements, please email info@nsagrologists.ca or phone 902-893-7455 by the registration date.

If you wish to carpool, please meet at Perennia Innovation Park for a 8AM departure October 3rd.

Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month

In the month of March, volunteers from our agriculture industry will be visiting Grade 3 and 4 classrooms across the province to talk about agriculture in Nova Scotia and their own personal career journey. Canadian Agricultural Literacy Month began in Nova Scotia and is now a national initiative sponsored by Agriculture in the Classroom-Canada. It’s an important way we build public trust in our farming sector by educating students about where their food comes from, what agricultural careers look like, what agriculture in Nova Scotia looks like, and why it’s an industry they should be proud of.

 

If any members are interested in visiting a classroom, please contact Dawn Barrington-Hodgson at ag.education@novascotia.ca by February 28. Members who are interested in participating will receive an information package and be linked up with a school.

Canadian Agriculture Literacy Month

Dear NSIA Members,

In the month of March, volunteers from our agriculture industry will be visiting Grade 3 and 4 classrooms across the province to talk about agriculture in Nova Scotia and their own personal career journey. Canadian Agricultural Literacy Month began in Nova Scotia and is now a national initiative sponsored by Agriculture in the Classroom-Canada. It’s an important way we build public trust in our farming sector by educating students about where their food comes from, what agricultural careers look like, what agriculture in Nova Scotia looks like, and why it’s an industry they should be proud of.

If any members are interested in visiting a classroom, please contact Dawn Barrington-Hodgson at ag.education@novascotia.ca by February 28. Members who are interested in participating will receive an information package and be linked up with a school.

Thanks in advance for sharing this request with your membership,

Dawn Barrington-Hodgson

7 Atlantic Central Drive East Mountain, NS B6L 2Z2 (902) 893-7455 info@nsagrologists.ca