Most of the seeds selected were well-known fruit, vegetable or flower seeds, although some choices were creative in their choice, and those who talked about themselves chose a seed that represented their family’s traditional dietary habits.
The concept of biodiversity was understood and interpreted by the children in relation to the “biodiversity” to themselves and their peers.
This year’s first award consisted of a Workshop, developed by the internationally recognized illustrator Agnese Baruzzi, aimed at creating a booklet illustrating the theme of deforestation and the greenhouse effect.
For the unique idea of enhancing the tactile experience of the seed so to involve visually impaired individuals in the project.
For the insight and creativity used in explaining the identity of the seed
For drawing a correlation between the seed and the plant and a child’s growth.