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Answer Key Student Handout 2 Word Search,G H T B S N L X N O I T A C U D E X Z W. I J S I T L L F U F T W Y D V H P P H A,K R E I U X X S B U E I T X U E Y Y V P. Y E U K P W T J L G B N I I E A S V J I,U D Q C N H H R A T E F R L C L E G P H. T L I R I V B L Y M J R L O O T T B J S,F O N A I H L G N B I A N F N H A I F D. K H H F J I A O Y G E S S G O C M L U R,R E C E T H R B A W E T W F M A I L V A.
L K E Y S I X T I R G R B T I R L I A W,W A T K V I I P V T E U J S C E C O D E. A T I N C O C E P B A C P O V R W N P T,T S E C N Z L E Q U K T R I V W Y R T S. E E Z R O S M Z R C G U S L G H P R T P,R P X K O S I N H P S R Z K K F I P X R. S U T G I L M C I T N E I C I F F E Y O,H W I A L S U S T A I N A B I L I T Y T. E A G R I C U L T U R E X S D L E I Y E,D T I F O R P R L L T R C R O P S K O C.
I Y K A H R T N E M T S E V N I A T C T,Hint Words are forwards backwards and diagonal. SUSTAINABILITY ENVIRONMENT,AGRICULTURE STEWARDSHIP. IRRIGATION CONSERVE,INPUTS CLIMATES PROFIT,CROPS WATERSHED BILLION. HABITATS SOCIAL,PROTECT EDUCATION,SOIL EFFICIENT,YIELDS INVESTMENT. PRECISE HEALTHCARE,TECHNIQUES STAKEHOLDER,TILLAGE INFRASTRUCTURE.
Student Handout 3 Name,Crossword Puzzle Date, Sustainable Inputs Environment Bacteria Malnourished Efficient. Agriculture Nutrients Native Species Soil Healthcare Deplete. Tillage Seed Varieties Wetlands Photosynthesis Infrastructure Innovation. Crop Fertilizer Riparian Area Climates Economic Techniques. Yields Irrigation Habitat Social Market,Conservation Technologies. Student Handout 3 Crossword Puzzle,Across Down, 2 The ability to achieve desired results without wasting 1 To produce or provide something a measurement of the. materials time or energy amount of crop that was harvested per unit of land eg If. three grains are harvested for each grain planted it is 1 3. 5 The preparation of the land for growing crops Farmers. use conservation to minimize soil erosion and 3 Scientific or technical ways to sustainably use and protect. moisture loss natural resources in order to prevent loss or waste. 7 Humans consume plants and animals to obtain 4 To use most or all of something to greatly reduce the. nourishment from these amount of something, 10 A health condition resulting from not eating enough food 6 The process by which a plant turns water and carbon. or not eating enough healthy food dioxide into food when the plant is exposed to sunlight. 15 The place where a plant or animal naturally lives 8 A space between the land and the waterway ideally filled. with native grass bushes and trees, 18 The upper layer of the Earth that may be dug up or.
plowed and in which plants grow 9 Ways of doing things by using special knowledge or skill. 19 Meeting the economic social and environmental needs 10 A place where products are bought and sold. of the present without compromising the needs of the. future 11 Relating to people or society in general the welfare of. human beings as members of society associated with food. 21 Different kinds of the same type of seeds that can be education health and infrastructure. planted to grow crops more successfully in different. climates 12 Things that are put into a machine or system such as. fuel seed and fertilizer, 23 The basic equipment and structures such as roads and. bridges that are needed for a country region or 13 The science or practice of farming cultivating the soil. organization to function properly producing crops or raising livestock. 25 Tiny living things that are found in almost all 14 Natural plant nutrients manufactured so farmers can. environments including soil water organic matter and living provide the exact minerals crops need to grow the primary. bodies most are harmless and many are beneficial nutrients being nitrogen phosphorus and potassium. 26 A new idea practice or product 16 The usual weather conditions in a particular place or. 27 These marshy bodies of water are the kidneys of the. environment filtering excess nutrients and helping water 17 Efforts to maintain or restore a person s health. levels during floods especially by trained and licensed professionals nurses and. doctors work in this industry, 28 The natural world associated with soil health habitats. water and green house gas emissions 20 The artificial application of water to the land or soil to. assist plant growth, 29 Plants or animals that naturally live in an area For. example deer are a native species in Canada zebras are 22 Plants that are grown by farmers such as wheat barley. not We should be careful not to introduce non native peas corn and canola. species to an area as they can become invasive taking. 24 Relating to the process or system by which goods and. habitat and resources away from native species, services are produced sold and bought associated with. profits jobs incomes and community,Answer Key Student Handout 3 Crossword Puzzle.
Y E F F I C I E N T,T I L L A G E P S N U T R I E N T S. T D P H E I,E S M A L N O U R I S H E D P I,C A A E T V O A F N. H G R T O A C R E P,N R K E S T I I R U,I I E Y I A H A B I T A T. Q C T N O L C N I S,U U H T N L L,E L E H S O I L A I. S U S T A I N A B L E T M R Z,U R L S E E D V A R I E T I E S.
R R T I C T A R,E I H S H C E,G C I N F R A S T R U C T U R E. B A C T E R I A L P O,I E O I N N O V A T I O N,W E T L A N D S E N V I R O N M E N T M. N A T I V E S P E C I E S C,Student Handout 4 Name. Matching Activity, the ability of a business owner e g farmer to sell his or her goods to other people. 1 Sustainable a,or companies, 2 Agriculture b an item that is purchased with the hope that it will generate income in the future.
scientific or technical ways to sustainably use and protect natural resources in order. 3 Economic c,to prevent loss or waste, the simple planting of a seed starts a chain of events that help the farmer. 4 Social d,community and eventually the world, the best way of doing something In farming enable us to grow more with. 5 Healthcare e, a space between land and the waterway ideally filled with native grass bushes and. 6 Investment f, the emission into the Earth s atmosphere of various gases especially carbon dioxide. 7 Infrastructure g, that contribute to the warming of the Earth s surface and the air above it.
the preparation of the land for growing crops Farmers use conservation. to minimize soil erosion and prevent moisture loss. these marshy bodies of water are the kidneys of the environment filtering excess. 9 Habitat i,nutrients and helping water levels during floods. meeting the economic social and environmental needs of the present without. 10 Yields j,compromising the needs of the future, efforts to maintain or restore a person s health especially by trained and licensed. 11 Wetlands k, professionals nurses and doctors work in this industry. 12 Irrigation l the place where a plant or animal naturally lives. 13 Tillage m the upper layer of the Earth that may be dug up or plowed and in which plants grow. Conservation the process by which a plant turns water and carbon dioxide into food when the. technologies plant is exposed to sunlight, relating to the process or system by which goods and services are produced sold. 15 Market Access o, and bought associated with profits jobs incomes and community.
16 Riparian Area p humans consume plants and animals to obtain nourishment from these. the basic equipment and structures such as roads and bridges that are needed for. 17 Seed varieties q, a country region or organization to function properly. tiny living things that are found in almost all environments including soil water. 18 Bacteria r, organic matter and living bodies most are harmless and many are beneficial. 19 Nutrients s a new idea practice or product, different kinds of the same type of seeds that can be planted to grow crops more. 20 Innovation t,successfully in different climates. 21 Fertilizer u the artificial application of water to the land or soil to assist plant growth. a measurement of the amount of a crop that was harvested per unit of land e g If. 22 Photosynthesis v, three grains are harvested for each grain planted it is 1 3.
natural plant nutrients manufactured so farmers can provide the exact minerals. Best management, 23 w crops need to grow the primary nutrients being nitrogen phosphorus and. the science or practice of farming cultivating the soil producing crops and raising. 24 Ripple Effect x, Greenhouse gas relating to people or society in general the welfare of human beings as members of. emissions society associated with food education health and infrastructure. Answer Key Student Handout 4 Matching Activity, the ability of a business owner e g farmer to sell his or her goods to other people. 1 j Sustainable a,or companies, 2 x Agriculture b an item that is purchased with the hope that it will generate income in the future. scientific or technical ways to sustainably use and protect natural resources in order. 3 o Economic c,to prevent loss or waste, the simple planting of a seed starts a chain of events that help the farmer.
4 y Social d,community and eventually the world, the best way of doing something In farming enable us to grow more with. 5 k Healthcare e, a space between land and the waterway ideally filled with native grass bushes and. 6 b Investment f, the emission into the Earth s atmosphere of various gases especially carbon dioxide. 7 q Infrastructure g, that contribute to the warming of the Earth s surface and the air above it. the preparation of the land for growing crops Farmers use conservation. 8 m Soil h, to minimize soil erosion and prevent moisture loss.
these marshy bodies of water are the kidneys of the environment filtering excess. 9 l Habitat i,nutrients and helping water levels during floods. meeting the economic social and environmental needs of the present without. 10 v Yields j,compromising the needs of the future. efforts to maintain or restore a person s health especially by trained and licensed. 11 i Wetlands k, professionals nurses and doctors work in this industry. 12 u Irrigation l the place where a plant or animal naturally lives. 13 h Tillage m the upper layer of the Earth that may be dug up or plowed and in which plants grow. Conservation the process by which a plant turns water and carbon dioxide into food when the. technologies plant is exposed to sunlight, relating to the process or system by which goods and services are produced sold. 15 a Market Access o, and bought associated with profits jobs incomes and community.
16 f Riparian Area p humans consume plants and animals to obtain nourishment from these. the basic equipment and structures such as roads and bridges that are needed for. 17 t Seed varieties q, a country region or organization to function properly. tiny living things that are found in almost all environments including soil water. 18 r Bacteria r, organic matter and living bodies most are harmless and many are beneficial. 19 p Nutrients s a new idea practice or product, different kinds of the same type of seeds that can be planted to grow crops more. 20 s Innovation t,successfully in different climates. 21 w Fertilizer u the artificial application of water to the land or soil to assist plant growth. a measurement of the amount of a crop that was harvested per unit of land e g If. 22 n Photosynthesis v, three grains are harvested for each grain planted it is 1 3.
natural plant nutrients manufactured so farmers can provide the exact minerals. Best management, 23 e w crops need to grow the primary nutrients being nitrogen phosphorus and. the science or practice of farming cultivating the soil producing crops and raising. 24 d Ripple Effect x, Greenhouse gas relating to people or society in general the welfare of human beings as members of. emissions society associated with food education health and infrastructure. Student Handout 3 Crossword Puzzle Across 2 The ability to achieve desired results without wasting materials time or energy 5 The preparation of the land for growing crops Farmers use conservation to minimize soil erosion and moisture loss 7 Humans consume plants and animals to obtain nourishment from these 10 A health condition

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