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Agriculture & the Environment - Soil

Soil is often overlooked but is a critical component of our ecosystem. It serves as the foundation for all terrestrial life, providing a habitat for plants and organisms, and acts as a vital filter for water. Healthy soils are the backbone of successful agriculture, playing a crucial role in water retention, nutrient cycling, and carbon sequestration. By understanding the significance of soil, students can appreciate its role in protecting our environment.

The Soil Lesson Plan

The Soil Lesson Plan is designed to engage grade 5 and 7 science students in a hands-on learning experience. It covers a wide range of topics, from the basics of soil composition and formation to the more complex concepts of soil conservation and sustainable farming practices.

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Agriculture and the Environment - Soil
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