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  • With a future global population of 9 billion, experience how your present-day decisions can directly impact society, the environment and the economy using our unique digital tools. Designed by teachers and sustainability experts for middle school students, our scenarios and games on sustainable agriculture will inspire and inform using the example of three farm families in Kenya, India and Canada. The program is online and live at the Nutrien Western Event Centre, Stampede Park.

    To learn more visit: http://www.journey2050.com/

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  • Little Green Thumbs is an indoor garden program that engages and inspires students to grow and eat healthy food.  Little Green Thumbs is a powerful educational tool that supports inquiry-based learning and hands-on science experiments.  The indoor gardens are living laboratories where students explore, discover, experience, and LEARN!

    To learn more visit: http://www.littlegreenthumbs.org/



  • There are many misperceptions on fertilizers and their effect on plant nutrition and the environment. The common ones are explored in this publication distributed by The Fertilizer Institute (TFI). 

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  • Download these popular colouring sheets on nutrients and ecosystems on use them in class or have your student colour online. This material supplements curriculum material in early grades but does not directly align. These sheets were made available to Nutrien by the International Plant & Nutrition Institute (IPNI).

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  • Nutrients for Life produces and distributes educational materials on soil science and agricultural sustainability. Their goal is to help Canadians better understand how nutrients increase the health and quality of our soil, improve production of nutritious foods and preserve green spaces.

    With the world population rapidly increasing to an estimated 9 billion people by 2050, food security is a growing issue. Nutrients for Life hopes to address this issue through its educational resources and programs, while working with educators across Canada to ensure that our resources meet the needs of teachers and students.

    They support Canada’s school-curriculum needs with science-based content of the highest quality. To validate its pedagogical value, their educational materials were reviewed by the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest research organization and museum complex.

    To learn more visit: https://www.nutrientsforlife.ca/

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