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
Exhibit – 35’ x 35’
This is the largest trade show exhibit at 35 x 35 feet. It is interactive, modern and above all – fun!
The exhibit travels North America year round visiting exhibitions typically over 500,000 in attendance.
It features multi-media and virtual reality games, an insect video scope, a sunflower seed planting station, a watershed center, talking walls and much more.
If you are interested in booking this display please review the BASIC REQUIREMENTS to Book Seed Survivor
Exhibition and Fair Application – click here – please complete the form to ensure you have all basic requirements. Submit form by January 1st of each year. Only successful applicants will be contacted.
For more information or to request Seed Survivor contact Sustainability@nutrien.com or 1-403-225-7000
“Seed Survivor has played a key role in elevating the agriculture experience at the Calgary Stampede since 2005. There have been new additions and continual development to ensure the presentation is visually intriguing and fully interactive. Guests take the time to learn scientific and curriculum based information about the ingredients to grow food because it is made so appealing. This exhibit is always busy and will continue to provide great ‘edutainment’ at Stampede Park.”
Kelly Chambers, Agriculture Program Coordinator, Calgary Stampede, Calgary, Alberta
“We thought it was a spectacular display! It was very informative and worked right into our area of kids and agriculture. Your graphics were very eye-catching and the layout flowed smoothly. We would love to have you back!”
Pam McFarland, Illinois State Fair, Springfield, IL