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Jamie BrownTeacher, Washington State, USA

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.

Grade 7, Grade 8

Roopa PatelTeacher, Alberta, Canada

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

Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

Jodie BhavnaniTeacher, Alberta, Canada

Anna McdearmondTeacher, Michigan

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.

Grade 6

Stacey HartleyTeacher, Indiana

The kids really enjoyed the experience and the opportunity to develop a plan to make a difference in their community. We will use those for our community impact project ideas this spring and summer.

Grade 8

Tara EdwardsTeacher, Utah

I think it is such an important topic! Thank you for making this program for our students!

Grade 8

Mariah RobertsTeacher, Indiana

I am so excited to have discovered Journey 2050 and plan to use it consistently in my classroom every year from here forward!

Grade 8, Grade 9, Grade 10, Grade 11, Grade 12

Ashley WiebeTeacher, Iowa

I’m glad Journey 2050 can be incorporated into class to help teach students about feeding the world and agriculture sustainability in a way that they are excited to get to try. A game makes things a little less intimidating when you are talking about deep topics.

Grade 7, Grade 8

John MartinTeacher, Michigan

My students and I really enjoyed the program. They became quite competitive to see who could achieve the highest sustainability score. I’ll certainly use it again.

Grade 8

Georgianne BradburyTeacher, Kentucky

Journey 2050 is a great tool to teach students about the need for agriculture and how we can make improvements in the future.

Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8

Jules DaviesTeacher, Auckland, New Zealand

The programme is extremely engaging for this age group. They were inspired to look deeper into each concept of sustainablity

Grade 7, Grade 8

Dusti McCartneyTeacher, Oklahoma, USA