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Journey 2050 was developed by teachers, industry experts and professional game developers. It takes 7 hours to complete the program. Curriculum links occur between grades 7-12; however, due to the high context of the program older grades and even post-secondary educators are welcome to participate.

Using a virtual farming app, interactive activities and hands-on lessons the students will explore important concepts, such as but not limited to:

  • The simple planting of a seed starts a RIPPLE EFFECT that helps farm families, communities, countries and the world.
  • Agriculture is the foundation for life. SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE balances economic, social and environmental factors for long term success.
  • To FEED THE WORLD in 2050, we will need to grow over 60% more food on the same amount of land

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Students from around the world can take part in this experience through this website and/or app store game. Everything is provided from lesson plans to animated videos to interactive games!


Guest Speaker


North America Only. Locations Vary.

An agriculture expert comes directly to your classroom. Guest Speakers deliver 2 hours of the program and enable educators to complete the rest through the Online Program.


Field Trip


Calgary, Canada

Currently available in the surrounding area of Calgary, Alberta Canada. A one-day field trip to the Nutrien Western Event Centre located at Calgary Stampede Park can accommodate up to two classrooms or 70 students per day.



Journey 2050 Educator Framework

Components of the Journey 2050 program can be leveraged across subjects and curriculums. Use the chart below as a guide for recommendations for specific courses, or build/enhance your curriculum using key concepts.

  Key concepts Agriculture Science Social Studies Family/Consumer Sciences
Level 1: Sustainable Agriculture
  • Sustainability
  • Food Waste
  • Food Security
  • Human Needs
  • Population Growth
Level 2: Soil Health
  • Soil Nutrients
  • Plant Health
  • Nutrient Management
Level 3: Water
  • Natural Resources
  • Water Conservation & Preservation
  • Population Growth
  • Water Use in Agriculture
Level 4: Economy
  • Economics
  • Trade
  • Markets
  • Supply & Demand
Level 5: Land Use
  • Land Use
  • Geography
  • Culture
  • Economy
Level 6: Careers
  • Career Exploration
  • Education
  • Career Skills
Level 7: Technology
  • Technology
  • Innovations
  • Research
  • Food Security
Take Action
  • Project Based Learning Summary
  • Addressing complex problems
  • Knowledge application toward tangible outcomes

Search by “Standards” or Journey 2050 program lesson “Content” below to find the curriculum connections for your state or province




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Journey 2050 brought global issues to my classroom to make an applicable connection. Students could relate to the world by understanding how they fit into global agriculture on a local level.

Jamie Brown

Grade 7, Grade 8, Teacher, Washington State, USA

Extremely beneficial for involving urban teenagers into thinking about where their food comes from.

Roopa Patel

Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12, Teacher, Alberta, Canada

I just wanted to say thank you so much for the program and educating young students about the world and the environment and different issues it faces.

Anna Mcdearmond

Grade 6, Teacher, Michigan

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