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Teaching Resources
Growing the Next Generation provides a wide selection of resources for teachers.
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  • 4-H Canada

    In 4-H, there is so much to experience, so much to learn, and so much to do. Build a website, learn how to take great photographs, care for animals, be a world-class scrapbooker. If you can think of it, there is probably a 4-H Club in Canada that is doing it.

    So you’re probably wondering what the four “H”s in 4-H stand for? Well, in 4-H, we pledge our Head, Heart, Hands and Health to our club, community and our country. Best of all, we do it by having fun!

    To learn more visit: www.4-h-canada.ca 

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  • 4-H USA

    4-H is the nation’s largest youth development and empowerment organization, reaching more than 7 million 4-H youth in urban neighborhoods, suburban schoolyards and rural farming communities. Fueled by university-backed curriculum, 4-H’ers engage in hands-on learning activities in the areas of science, healthy living, and food security.

    To learn more visit: 4-h.org

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  • 4R Nutrient Management

    4R Nutrient Stewardship provides a framework to achieve cropping system goals, such as increased production, increased farmer profitability, enhanced environmental protection and improved sustainability.

    To achieve those goals, the 4R concept incorporates the:

    • Right fertilizer source at the
    • Right rate, at the
    • Right time and in the
    • Right place

    To learn more visit: http://www.nutrientstewardship.com/4rs/4r-principles/

    Download the 4R poster:

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  • A Slice of Soil – Apple Poster

    An apple is used to model the earth. Students learn that just 1/32 of its surface is devoted to farmland. Discuss in class what sacrifices may be needed to feed a larger population.

    Download the 8×11 poster here:

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  • A Slice of Soil Activity

    An apple is used to model the earth. Students learn that just 1/32 of its surface is devoted to farmland. Discuss in class what sacrifices may be needed to feed a larger population.

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