Explore the science behind sustainable food production and how implementing hydroponics and diverse plant propagation methods work together to feed communities of tomorrow.
For groups of 10 or more.
The Science Behind the Seeds takes kindergarteners through high school seniors (grades K-12) into Living with the Land at EPCOT for an interactive exploration of how science, technology, sustainability and teamwork come together to generate potential solutions to meet the needs of a growing population.
Students will walk away with a comprehensive understanding of how plants are propagated, how various hydroponic techniques function to help vegetation grow and how integrated pest management can protect flora from pests and diseases, addressing the issue of how to feed the communities of our world’s expanding population.
During this interactive exploration, students will:
All programs subject to availability. Program content, times, attractions and locations subject to change due to inclement weather, availability or group dynamics. Students must meet minimum age/grad requirements.
Park Location: Epcot
Program Length: 3 hours
Eligible Participants: Grades K - 12
Below are 6 easy steps for planning your Disney Youth Education Series visit to Walt Disney World® Resort.
Additional Guests are the perfect way to share the wonder and magic of your Walt Disney World Resort visit. Students, friends and family can each enjoy their own special kind of Disney fun with the same great value-priced Disney Youth Education Series ticket packages!* The number of Group Leaders and additional Guests (i.e. chaperones, parents, siblings, etc.) may not exceed the number of students.
Please note: The Disney Youth Education Series Additional Guest ticket package does not include participation in the Disney Youth Education Series program.
Disney Youth Representatives can guide you in choosing the programs that best suit your group, plan your food and beverage options and book your Disney Resort accommodations at special group rates.
*A minimum of 10 students is required and a maximum of one (1) adult may attend the program per ever five (5) students. A minimum of 1 adult per 15 students must attend the program.
Theme park admission is required and all participants must purchase a Disney Youth Education Series ticket package to attend any Disney Youth Education Series program. Use of an admission ticket is required for entrance into the park on the date of your program. Tickets are valid for 7 days prior to your arrival date and after departure date. Annual Passes, complimentary admission and regular front-gate admission cannot be applied to the cost of a program.
All programs subject to availability. Program content, times, attractions and locations subject to change due to inclement weather, availability or group dynamics. Students must meet minimum age/grade requirements.
Use the downloadable materials below to share the objective and key learning points of this program with other teachers, administrators and parents. Also, refer to these materials for support in writing grant applications.
The program description sheet provides an overview of the experience and the key learning points of the program.