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What does a seed need to grow?

That’s what we asked the students at New Hope Christian Academy Field Day in April. They came up with all the right answers: the sun, water, dirt. Some mentioned ‘bonus’ items like worms and fertilizer… continue reading →

Urban students plant soybeans

“Most people think agriculture means to put plants in the ground and drive tractors around,” said science teacher Chuck Crawford. He wants to stop this limited portrayal of agriculture by educating youth… continue reading →

Cool curriculum for your classroom

Here are two of the creative units Rachel Sanders has developed for GrowNextGen:… continue reading →

Meet our teacher leaders

GrowNextGen provides many instructional resources for educators, from curriculum to materials to workshops. These helpful, creative materials are developed by some special people! Teacher leaders are… continue reading →

Tie-dyed teachers learn and network at Commodity Classic

It’s not easy to stand out in a crowd of 8000 people, but a tie-dyed lab coat definitely helps! Thirteen Ohio teachers recently attended the Commodity Classic in Phoenix AZ, seeking to create a bridge… continue reading →

Global need for protein

Two new career videos are now available on GrowNextGen.org. Produced through a partnership between the Ohio Soybean Council and the Columbus Council on World Affairs, these videos provide interesting… continue reading →

New biotech developments from seed company’s research

Farming seems like family kind of work, doesn’t it? Can’t you just imagine families sharing in the labor, the land being handed down from one generation to another? This tradition is part of the history… continue reading →

Company pleased with high oleic innovations

Emery Oleochemicals has been in business for more than 170 years, but they aren’t stuck in the past. Instead, they’re on the cutting edge of new bioscience. Emery Oleochemical is a global company with… continue reading →

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