Produce It. Protect It.

Food and fibre education for Victorian primary schools.

This project is a collaboration between Primary Industries Education Foundation Australia (PIEFA) and the Victorian Farmers Federation. The project supports teaching and learning of the food and fibre curriculum through: VIC Farmer Time, Free Incursions, and Professional Development and Curriculum Consultation.

Virtual Classroom

The Virtual Classroom offers online resources which can be utilised by students within the classroom or during remote learning to explore food and fibre through multimodal activities.

Activities with the 15 Minute Farmer Time symbol are part of our featured 15 Minute Farmer Time series and provide students with the opportunity to hear first-hand from Victorian farmers to learn all about how our food and fibre is produced.

Remote Learning Resources.

Click here to access our hands-on remote learning food and fibre resources. Contact the Victorian Education Officers to find out about our virtual incursion program.

Who We Are

The Produce It. Protect It. team is comprised of two experienced teachers, Allison Arnott and Jayne Johns, with a passion for promoting Agriculture and developing hands-on resources that engage students in Food and Fibre education. 

Curriculum Resources

Curriculum aligned units of work and pre-recorded VIC Farmer Time sessions.

Foundation-year 2 resources

Foundation-Year Two


Years Three and Four


Years Five and Six

VIC Farmer Time




The VIC Farmer Time program creates engaging and interactive food and fibre learning experiences by connecting classrooms with selected primary producers across Victoria.

Industry Resources

To further engage your students in Food and Fibre education, Primezone and Primezone Academy offer an extensive range of resources, digital courses and professional development options…etc etc




Primezone Academy


Other Resources

Professional Development and Curriculum Consultation

Guidance on materials and learning opportunities that complement units of work or individual lesson plans can be provided by Education Officers. There are a variety of resources available to support and effectively develop programs within schools. Education Officers can provide consultation for teachers – within schools or online – to highlight activities appropriate to a school’s curriculum. Online courses will be available for teacher professional development throughout the year and can be accessed through Primezone Academy when available.

Contact the Produce It. Protect It. team.

This project is supported by the Department of Agriculture, Water and Environment, through funding from the Australian Government’s Educating Kids About Agriculture Initiative.