Project-Based Learning

Talking about sustainable agriculture is important but it’s even more important to take meaningful steps to address this local and global challenge.

Lesson 1-6 includes optional Service Learning Activities. These short lessons include additional resources to help stimulate further discussion on the core topic and engage students in thinking about how they can make a difference. These lessons were written in collaboration with WE Schools. WE Schools reinforces, “no matter your age or location, we can all make a positive impact—whether that’s volunteering, fundraising or raising awareness around causes that matter”.

The Journey 2050 Wrap-Up is centered around Project-Based Learning. It is intended as the final outcome for Journey 2050 and includes a Student Workbook to help identify one concern, one realistic solution and the steps involved in making it happen. Every youth has the ability to make positive changes in their home, school, community, country and world. To learn more and access the Journey 2050 curriculum and resources please register/log-in here.


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Field Trip:
The first 50 classrooms who complete the Journey 2050 Field Trip to the Nutrien Western Event Center (Calgary, AB) will be eligible for a $100 credit to donate to a not-for-profit organization that is contributing to agriculture sustainability! The Program Coordinator will contact classrooms who qualify with the steps to donate the credit.

Online Experience and Guest Speaker:
Classrooms that participate in the Journey 2050 Online Experience and complete the follow-up survey will be entered into a bi-annual draw for a $100 donation credit! There will be 25 names randomly drawn each time on Dec. 1st and June 1st. The 50 winning teachers will be notified by the Program Coordinator.

  • volunteer to help a charity contributing to sustainability such as food banks, school meal programs, and environmental stewardship groups,
  • make changes at home to be more sustainable such as composting, recycling and home gardens,
  • job shadow or interview industry experts,
  • educate others about the challenges we face in feeding the world with fun facts on social media and sharing the journey 2050 games,
  • participate in other great community programs such as a Earth Day, National Ag Day, learning gardens (check out the materials offered through Little Green Thumbs) or environmental action projects (great resources found here Caring for our Watersheds).
  • Check out more in the Student Action, Part 4 section

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