Educational resources and science-based materials on plant nutrients and agriculture are just the start. Now you can bring a Educational Coordinator to your school!
Educational Coordinators make a difference at your school, and in your community by:
- Adapting, developing and maintaining Canadian based educational curriculum and other materials for the benefit of children and youth and making this educational material available to schools and other organizations
- Carrying out or supporting research to benefit soil health and quality and making the results of such research available to the interested public
- Acting as a resource centre of knowledge and current information regarding fertilizer use offering educational tools, on-line library materials, research reports and other educational materials for the benefit of the Canadian public, especially teachers, students and farmers.
Contact your local Educational Coordinator to host a teacher workshop, professional development seminar, or even to guest-lecture a lesson from Nourishing the Planet in the 21st Century.