Field trips for 2017 are complete. Registration for next year will open March 2018.
The FREE AgBio Discovery field trip program is designed to provide elementary teachers an opportunity to reinforce or introduce applied science concepts taught in the classroom through a series of highly interactive, engaging activities hosted at the College of Agriculture and Bioresources. Field trips are offered in May and June to grades 3 - 8 with a limit of 35 students per session.
Morning and afternoon sessions are available.
|9:35 am||Soil science activity - hand texturing|
|10 am||Plant science activity - botany/transplanting|
|10:45 am||Animal science - tour the Feeding the World Interpretive Centre|
|11:30 am||Wrap-up and surveys|
|11:45 am||Field trip complete|
AgBio Discovery Camps
The AgBio Discovery Camps offer a fun, hands-on introduction to modern agriculture for campers from both urban and rural backgrounds.
Would you like to learn the science of making ice cream? Help care for a calf and or baby chicks? In this highly interactive camp, students will learn just how fun agriculture can be!
Campers are divided into two categories, grades 3/4 and 5/6 (grades refer to the year the student will be entering in the Fall).
Registration for 2018 camps will be available March 2018.