5 Displays Available!

Seed Survivor is a free curriculum-based program that teaches elementary children about plants and the importance of agriculture. Multiple displays travel across North America year-round.

Last year we planted over 110,000 sunflower seeds with students and visited 16 states and provinces (GA, CO, AB, ND, IN, WA, ID, KY, SK, TX, OH, IA, MN, KS, VA, NC).

We now have 5 Seed Survivor displays: One large exhibit, two mobile classrooms and two community displays. At our displays, students explore multi-media and virtual reality games, a sunflower seed planting station, talking walls and much more. The content is perfect for grade 3 and 4 but all ages can have fun at Seed Survivor.

Seed Survivor was designed to teach youth that plants need water, light, healthy soil, and nutrients to survive.

For more information or to request Seed Survivor contact Sustainability and Stakeholder Relations at Sustainability@agrium.com or 1-403-225-7000

Community Display

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To incorporate Seed Survivor into community trade shows, Agrium has developed a 10 x 12 foot exhibit. The display features two interactive computer stations with games on soil, sunlight, water and nutrients and a sunflower seed planting station.

Local Employee Coordinator:
An Agrium or CPS employee must be responsible for this display. If you are interested in booking this display please review the display’s basic requirements, and contact your local office to confirm if they would like to participate in your event. Click here to see where we are located.

Exhibition and Fair Application – click here – after reviewing the basic requirements and confirming a lead Agrium or CPS employee, please complete and return this form by January 1st of each year. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

For more information or to request Seed Survivor contact Sustainability@agrium.com or 1-403-225-7000

“I really like the “soil” connection to our educational ‘portfolio’ at Agribition. This is the actual ‘hands in the soil’ opportunity that involves the feel and smell of the earth that grows our food…I was also very impressed with the staff’s preparation and focus on the students during the event.”

Sherri Grant, Agribition, Regina, SK

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