Educational Resources

Contact for more information about agricultural education programs in the NT

Educational videos

NT Farmers aim to support educators to provide quality agriculture education through various resources including videos. These videos are available on YouTube and include the George The Farmer channel. In 2021 George the Farmer travelled to the NT and visited some local farms! Watch some of his adventures below.

Watch Videos


PIEFA is a not-for-profit teaching resources foundation formed through a
collaboration between the Australian Government, primary industries
organisations and the education sector producing teacher resources, lesson plans and online curriculum-based courses.

Visit Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia

Food Ladder gives people the tools to stop hunger and malnourishment.  They provide remote and regional communities with hydroponic greenhouses and specialised training so they can grow fruit and vegetables, and set up their own social enterprise if they want to.

Visit Food Ladder

Primezone provides teachers, parents and students with an Australian Curriculum driven range of high-quality vetted primary industries education resources from Foundation to Year 12.

Visit Primezone

The Framework will introduce students to the world of food and fibre production through their everyday school curriculum. It will provide educators with engaging, curriculum-linked activities that are ready to implement straight into the classroom.

NT Education Framework

Framework Summary

Teacher's Resources

NT Farmers provides food and fibre education support and resources to teachers and students.

Food and Fibre Education for Teachers

Agricultural Activities for schools


Careers in Agriculture

NT Farmers encourages students to explore the diverse range of agricultural careers available.

Agricultural Careers



Engaging with the NT agricultural industry provides many positive benefits to schools,
local communities and producers

Navigating School to Farm partnerships

Project Partners

This project has been coordinated by NT Farmers and is supported by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, through funding from the Australian Government’s Educating Kids about Agriculture initiative.