Canada Agriculture and Food Museum Partners

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum Partners

Aquaculture in Canada Initiative

  • Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Aquaculture in Canada is a 6-year initiative to raise national awareness and scientific literacy regarding aquaculture as it relates to research and technology, environmental and economic sustainability, and aquatic and ocean science.

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Bákvḷa Exhibition

  • Heiltsuk Nation

Bákvḷa is a co-curated, collaborative exhibition between the Heiltsuk Nation and the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum. It explores the theme of renewal through the sustainable Heiltsuk herring roe-on-kelp fishery, in the pristine waters along British Columbia’s central coast.


Canola Initiative

  • Canola Eat Well
  • Alberta Canola
  • Canola Council of Canada
  • Canadian Canola Growers Association
  • Manitoba Canola Growers
  • SaskCanola
  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Government of Saskatchewan
  • Province of Manitoba
  • Growing Forward 2

Explore the science behind the development, cultivation and future of this crop, as well as its uses in industries from food processing to transportation.

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Food Literacy Initiative

  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Aimed at educating the public about the food we eat and the role of science in keeping our food safe, healthy, and nutritious from farm to fork.


Soil Superheroes Exhibition

  • Fertilizer Canada
  • Canadian Seed Growers' Association
  • CN
  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Glacier FarmMedia
  • Soil Conservation Council of Canada
  • Nutrients for Life
  • Canadian Commission for UNESCO
  • Natural Resources Canada
  • Farm Credit Canada
  • With generous support through the Ingenium Foundation
  • The McLean Foundation
  • TD Friends of the Environment Foundation

Soil Superheroes introduces visitors to the league of superheroes who live beneath our feet and make life on earth possible.

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Space to Spoon Travelling Exhibition

  • Canadian Space Agency

Space to Spoon demonstrates how Space technology benefits Canadian farmers and sustainable agriculture.

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