Hemp Denim Vocabulary Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

no pesticides
decomposable
cultivation
sustainable
harvesting
low impact
scutching
breaking
hackling
spinning
organic
retting
weaving
cotton
roving
baste
denim
dying
hemp
hurd

America Revealed: Food Machine Word Search

America Revealed: Food Machine Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

COLONY COLLAPSE DISORDER
AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
GENETICALLY MODIFIED
GREENING UP DETROIT
MIRGRANT WORKERS
CENTRAL VALLEY
EASTERN MARKET
INFRASTRUCTURE
SUSTAINABILITY
CRAVEABILITY
FOOD MACHINE
FOOD DESERT
FOOD TREND
HARVESTING
IRRIGATION
PESTICIDES
RESISTANCE
SHASTA DAM
TECHNOLOGY
DUST BOWL
EVOLUTION
PESTICIDE
GRASSFED
HONEYBEE
ORGANIC
FARMER
NECTAR
CANAL
CORN

Biosphere Crossword

Biosphere  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Living organism that affect other organisms
Climate that is normally warm, and sunny.
The variety and variability of life on earth
The natural home of an organism
Harvesting a resource to the point of diminishing returns.
A fuel directly derived from from living matter
Energy made from within the earth's crust
The maximum population size of the species that the environment can sustain indefinitely
The impact of a human or community on the environment
Convert waste into reusable material.
Plants or animals that are nonnative to the ecosystem and will cause harm.

Sustainable Fibres Crossword

Sustainable Fibres Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

To renew or reuse resources.
Very soft on the skin, this fibre can be seen in clothing, as well as remover items for makeup.
The machine commonly used in textiles
Some fibres use pesticides and __ in the growth.
A tool used in textiles, which is known to be small, and tricky to handle.
The fabric used in the production of denim in is neither from the plant coir, hemp, or ____.
Coir comes from the husk of a __.
____ is the most leading country to produce hemp.
Made from the cellulose fibres that grow inside the stalks of a flax plant.
An act humans do, which creates warm and soft socks, scarfs and even jumpers!

Soil Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

Soil Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

Occurs when chemical reactions dissolve the minerals in rock or change them into different minerals
Average weather pattern in an area over a long period of time; can be classified by temperature, humidity, precipitation and vegetation
Planting along the natural contours of the land to reduce soil erosion
Each layer in the soil profile hoizon A (top layer of soil) horizon B (middle layer) and horizon C (bottom layer)
Dark colored decayed organic matter that supplies nutrients to plants and is found mainly in top soil
Mechanical weathering processes that occurs when water freezes in the cracks of rocks and expands causing the rock to break apart
Removal of minerals that have been dissolved in water
Twigs, leaves and other organic matter that help prevent erosion and hold water and may eventually be changed into humus by decomposing organisms
Physical processes that break rock apart without changing its' chemical makeup; can be caused by ice wedging animals and plant groups
Method for reducing soil erosion; plant stalks are left in the field after harvesting and the next year's crop is planted within the stalks without plowing
Chemical weathering process that occurs when some minerals are exposed to oxygen and water over time
Mixture of weathered rock and mineral fragments, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water, and air that can take thousands of years to develop
Verical section of soil layers, each of which is a horizon
Farming method used to reduce erosion on steep slopes
Mechanical or chemical surface processes that break rock into smaller and smaller pieces

Soil Crossword Puzzle

Soil Crossword Puzzle
Type
Crossword
Description

Occurs when chemical reactions dissolve the minerals in rocks or change them into different minerals
average weather pattern in an area over a long period of time; can be classified by temperature, humidity, precipitation, and vegetation
planting along the natural contours of the land to reduce soil erosion
each layer in a soil profile horizon A (top layer of soil), horizon B (middle layer) and horizon C (bottom layer)
dark-colored, decayed organic matter that supplies nutrients to plants and is found mainly in topsoil.
mechanical weathering process that occurs when water freezes in the cracks of rocks and expands, causing the rock to break apart.
removal of minerals that have been dissolved in water
twigs, leaves, and other organic matter that help prevent erosion and hold water and may eventually be changed into humus by decomposing organisms
physical processes that break rock apart without changing its chemical makeup; can be caused by ice wedging, animals, and plant roots
method for reducing soil erosion; plant stalks are left in the field after harvesting and the next year’s crop is planted within the stalks without plowing
chemical weathering process that occurs when some minerals are exposed to oxygen and water over time
mixture of weathered rock and mineral fragments, decayed organic matter, mineral fragments, water, and air that can take thousands of years to develop.
vertical section of soil layers, each of which is a horizon
farming method used to reduce erosion on steep slopes
mechanical or chemical surface processes that break rock into smaller and smaller pieces

Ecosystem Word Search

Ecosystem Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Human Impact
Decomposer
ecosystem
Consumer
Organism
Predator
Producer
Abiotic
Foodweb
Biotic
Energy
Threat

Farming Word Search

Farming Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Precision Farming
Green Revolution
Subsistence Farm
Fertile Crescent
Commercial Farm
Sheep Husbandry
Poultry Farming
Crop Rotation
Agribusiness
Sericulture
Pig Farming
Agriculture
Soil System
Pesticides
Production
Meat Farms
Fish Farms
Harvesting
Integrated
Aquaculure
Livestock
Alligator
Orchadry
Contract
Planting
Organic
Compost
Farmers
Farming
Fields
Dairy
Crops
Seeds
Food
USDA
GMO

Agriculture History Word Search

Agriculture History Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

Integrated Pest Management
production agriculture
Transunion Railroad
mechanical reaper
Smith Hughes Act
tomato harvester
farm implements
Moldboard Plow
barter system
grain combine
world markets
gas tractor
Morrill Act
cotton gin
cultivated
food stamp
John Deere
farmers
tarriff
cotton
export
import
grain
NAFTA
wheat
corn
plow
USDA

Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers Crossword

Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

An organism that makes its own food
An organism that gets their energy by eating other organisms
A consumer who get their food by breaking down dead organisms
A type of decomposer that is extremely small, single-celled organisms that usually have a cell wall and reproduce by cell division
Consumers that only eat producers
A consumer that eats both producers and consumers
A type of consumer that eats other consumers
Another term for producers, an organism that makes its own food
Another term for consumers, organisms that get their energy by eating other organims
An example of a decomposer whose cells have nuclei, rigid cell walls, and no chlorophyll

Human Impact, Climate & Sustainability Word Search

Human Impact, Climate & Sustainability Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

ecological footprint
alternative energy
species extinction
threatened species
endangered species
over exploitation
global extinction
population growth
invasive species
limiting factor
over harvesting
sustainability
deforestation
urbanization
habitat loss
biodiversity
heat island
population
pollution
ecosystem
community
landfill
recycle
abiotic
species
climate
reduce
biotic
biomes
reuse
hippo
niche
dump