Five key "seeds"—corn, potatoes, diseases, horses, and sugar—form the core of this excellent exhibit. Each seed had a profound impact on the way people live, and together they reshaped the very nature of life for humans, plants, and animals around the planet.
The exhibit is on display in the resource room of the Bosque Redondo Memorial at Fort Sumner State Monument., and is open daily from 8:00AM to 5:00PM. Two videos accompany the exhibit and are available on request. They are "Green Gold: From the Maya to the Moon" and "Seeds of Change." Educators should contact a monument ranger to schedule field trips and to obtain additional educational resources for this exhibit.