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SEEDS OF TIME is more than just a documentary film.  It is an educational tool.  One that we are committed to getting into the hands of schools, colleges, and universities everywhere.

In the map above you will find educational institutions that are some how food related.  Also you will find another map layer for educational institutions that OWN A COPY OF SEEDS OF TIME IN THEIR LIBRARY!  So use this map as a resource!  Tell your friends.  The film is available in the educational world.

If you represent a school that does not yet own the film and you wish to purchase it, you can do so here:

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The Agroecology Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is oriented toward three trends facing agricultural and food systems: the increasingly multifunctional landscape, changing meanings of scientific expertise, and the virtues of inclusivity.
The faculty in Environmental Studies include members of many departments on campus that come together to engage and advise students interested in preparing themselves for careers in environmental studies and related fields.
We are Ross Pendergraft Library and Technology Center of Arkansas Tech University. Follow us to learn more.
The Environmental and Urban Studies (EUS) program is designed to allow students to engage intellectually with people across disciplines, as well as to acquire practical skill sets and hands-on experience addressing urban and environmental challenges.
We're an NGO providing basic services and solutions to problems in rural communities, with the objective of making them self-sufficient and sustainable.
The Liberal Arts College for Women in New York City
Since 1855, Bates College has been dedicated to the emancipating potential of the liberal arts.
Diversity, justice, resilience, and health are at the heart of the Berkeley Food Institute's mission. The Institute is involved in a number of agroecology programs and promotes integrative collaborations across farms and food organizations.
We provide organically grown garden education that helps people make connections between environmental issues and choices they make about the food they eat.
The Environmental Studies Program provides students with an understanding of the issues facing our planet as we strive to develop paths toward a sustainable future, from perspectives in the social and natural sciences, arts, and the humanities.
Cofounded by Jacques Pépin and Julia Child, the Master of Liberal Arts (MLA) in Gastronomy is a unique, multidisciplinary program that encompasses the arts, the humanities, and the natural and social sciences.
Environmental Studies at Bowdoin reflects the college's recognition that humans must learn to live in harmony with nature and that human activities are dependent upon natural processes.
We emphasize hands-on learning through field-based courses.
The study of geography focuses on the spatial distribution and interrelated aspects of people, plants, animals and natural resources.
The Bud Werner Library offers educational events to support gardeners in planting, growing, harvesting, and saving seeds.
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A leading California Community College serving Santa Cruz County.