Workshops

Virtual Teacher Professional Development Workshop

Join Nutrients for Life US and Nutrients for Life Canada for their 2nd annual virtual teacher professional development workshop! Join teachers from both sides of the border to learn more about soil, plant science and plant nutrients! Bring soil to life in your classroom.

$15.00 registration fee (once form is complete, you will be connected to PayPal for payment)

June 21st - June 25th, 2021

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Bring a Nutrients for Life Manager to Your School

Educational resources and science-based materials on plant nutrients and agriculture are just the start. Now you can bring a Regional Manager to your school.

All options are free, no charge. Just contact your Regional Manager to make arrangements!



COVID-safe option

Virtual Class Visits

Invite Nutrients for Life to your classroom, virtually!

Presentations will begin after Oct. 15th, 2020.

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Topics

The Nitrogen Cycle for Grades 9-12

The Phosphorus Cycle for Grades 9-12

Can a Single Apple Slice Feed the World? for Grades 4-7

Plants Need to Eat Too for Grades K-4

Take a Journey to 2050 – Global Sustainability Game for Grades 7-12

Details

We will contact you once we receive your request.

Currently our presentations will only be offered in English.



COVID-safe option

Journey 2050 – STEM Program – Virtual Class Visit

Journey 2050 is a free STEM program that engages Grades 7-12 in discussions about feeding the world. Lesson plans provided. Students virtually farm and build a career avatar.

Let us bring this global sustainability game to your classroom virtually.

The Journey 2050 game, which is used in the class visit is available in English only

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Classroom Visits


Have us come give a guest-lecture from Nourishing the Planet in the 21st Century

Have us lead students through the Journey 2050 game

Have us come down to do soil testing labs with your students


Professional Development Workshops

Invite Nutrients for Life to your school to give a seminar for teachers. We can specifically do a PD day focusing on starting a school garden.

To get an idea of what it's like, see photos and info about past events