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Digital Learning

Our professionally narrated videos are accompanied by lesson plans and discussion prompts, making them a perfect fit for teaching students in the classroom and via online learning!

Join the over 60,000 classrooms and 1.9 million students across the U.S. and Canada who have used and benefited from our lessons!

In-person presentations are available in the following areas:

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Los Angeles, CA

Boulder, CO

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Miami, FL

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South Bend, IN

Worcester, MA

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Kalamazoo, MI

Kansas City, KS

Kansas City, MO

Cleveland, OH

Columbus, OH

Toledo, OH

Wooster, OH

Portland, OR

Houston, TX

San Antonio, TX

In-Person Learning

We offer live, in-person classroom presentations in select areas. Fill out a request form to find out if they are available in your area!

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OUR VIDEO TOPICS

 
Earth and Space

4 Topics

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SNEAK PEEKS

 

Health

Healthful

Eating

digital & in-person

Heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity, certain cancers, and other diseases are heavily influenced by diet and lifestyle. Students learn about the connections between the Standard American Diet and health, and discuss ways that informed dietary choices can help prevent or relieve diseases. We also explore how modern farming and agricultural practices contribute to present-day public health concerns. The latest meat and plant-based food science technologies are also discussed.

2-minute video preview:

The full-length "Healthful Eating" video presentation is 42 minutes long. The in-person presentation has a comprehensive 90-minute and a condensed 45-minute option. Click the button below to request this presentation.

The Power of Nutrition in Disease Prevention

digital only

Designed for upper-level health sciences-related studies, students take a deeper look into the relationships between diet and some of the most prevalent diseases and nutrient deficiencies in the United States. Participants also explore connections between modern agriculture and community health and look at the latest food science technologies. Scientifically-backed information empowers future healthcare workers with the tools for improving the lives of their patients and communities.

COMING SOON!

2-minute video preview:

The full-length “The Power of Nutrition in Disease Prevention” video presentation for health sciences studies is approximately 37 minutes long. This presentation is available as a digital option only. Click the button below to request this presentation.

 

Environment

Environment and Modern Agriculture

digital & in-person

Students explore how the current global demand for animal products and related crops affect ecosystems and our health through global warming, the depletion of natural resources, the pollution of soil, water and air, the loss of wildlife, deforestation, and ocean depletion. Participants discuss alternative food choices that can help protect our environment. The latest meat and plant-based food science technologies are also discussed.

The full-length "Environment and Modern Agriculture" video presentation is 42 minutes long. The in-person presentation has a comprehensive 90-minute and a condensed 45-minute option. Click the button below to request this presentation.

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Ethics

The Ethics of Eating

digital & in-person

This presentation includes many of the topics included in the previous presentations. Students comprehensively explore the impacts of food choices on human health, the environment, and animals in modern animal agriculture. They investigate ways to create a more sustainable planet, and learn about new food technologies that may address the negative impacts of our current food system.

2-minute video preview:

The full-length "The Ethics of Eating" video presentation is 43 minutes long. The in-person presentation has a comprehensive 90-minute and a condensed 45-minute option. Click the button below to request this presentation.

Modern Animal Agriculture

in-person only

More than 95% of animals raised for food in the U.S. are raised in intensive confinement facilities. Students are introduced to the ethical and environmental concerns around these practices and explore the alternatives for a more compassionate and just society, including their influence and power as consumers. The latest meat and plant-based food science technologies are also discussed.

2-minute video preview:

The presentation "Modern Animal Agriculture" is offered in-person and in select areas only. It is available in a comprehensive 90-minute and a condensed 45-minute option. Click the button below to request this presentation.

 

Food Technology

Cell-Based and Plant-Based Technologies

digital & in-person

Students discover how food science innovations have the potential to revolutionize modern food production and consumption systems, as well as address health, sustainability and ethical concerns. Participants explore plant-based meats, cultivated (cell-based) meats, and "animal-free" dairy and egg technologies, taking an in-depth look at the science behind their production, as well as the benefits, with a vision for a more sustainable, healthy and compassionate food system.

The full-length “Cell-Based and Plant-Based Technologies” video presentation is 28 minutes long. The full-length in-person presentation is offered at 45 minutes. Click the button below to request this presentation.

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