Explore Project


Developing innovators of the future

Since the Explore project launched in 2021, we have engaged 91,967 youth with digital agriculture. This surpasses the targets we set when we launched this program with Actua and Agriculture in the Classroom.

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Explore project highlights

The Explore Project provides youth an opportunity to gain skills, knowledge, and confidence to succeed in digital agriculture careers. Participants learn in-demand STEM skills along with some of the diverse ways these skills can be applied to careers in the agrifood sector. For example:

  • The University of Manitoba is now teaching local youth how agricultural practices, technology and coding go hand-in-hand to grow plants and food.
  • At the University of Lethbridge, youth are 3D designing and printing water storage units to feed irrigation systems. They are also learning about water quality, physics and computer science.
  • Agriculture in the Classroom is also developing curriculum-linked presentations for students in grades 10-12 to demonstrate what a digital agriculture career could look like in the near future

These are just a few examples of the impact this project has had on learners across the prairies. We will be sharing more success stories in the year ahead.

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Thank you to our partners

Working together, we can increase the integration of intelligent technologies, empower people with digital skills, support start-ups to grow in the prairies, and accelerate Canada's growth as a leader in digital agriculture. Email info@emilicanada.com to learn about ongoing projects and partnership opportunities, and click on our partner's logo below for more information on the organization supporting this initiative.