Prepare for departure, beans! are you packed and ready to go? let's double check your backpack and see what's inside...

  • Binoculars (check)
  • Compass (check)
  • Map (check)
  • Multi-purpose Green Bean goggles (check)
  • Water Bottle (check)
  • A healthy snack (check)
  • And, an extra pair of socks, just in case you get cold feet (check)

One more thing… Here is a list of important facts you should know about your final destination. Click on your assigned mission and read carefully.

Oh yes, and don't forget your Green Beans notebook and a pencil, so you can make field facts of your own.


  • Chocorilla

    Field Facts: Fact #1 - Get ready Beans we're headed to the Democratic Republic of the Congo located in Central Africa. Be advised that most of the country's natural resources and people are found in the southern grasslands, while the northern and central regions are mountainous areas covered with trees, called cloud forests. So, you're going to need your hiking boots and raincoat for this mission.

  • Damsel in Distress

    Field Facts: Fact #1 - Yonaguni Island is the westernmost inhabited island of Japan. It lies 67 miles (108 km) from the east coast of Taiwan, between the East China Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It is surrounded by crystal-clear waters, coral reefs and white sandy beaches.

  • Bamboozled

    Field Facts: Fact #1 - Scientists believe that the Chinese people were the first civilization to make sugar from the sugarcane plant. Today, it is the world's largest crop. Sugarcane is a tall grass that grows in the south and southwestern regions of China and other tropical regions of South Asia.

  • The Great Lakes Bully Fish

    Field Facts: Fact #1 - The Great Lakes are a series of connected freshwater lakes located in Northeastern North America, on the Canada-United States border. The water from this fresh water ecosystem drains into the Atlantic Ocean through the St. Lawrence Seaway.

  • Arctic Antics

    Field Facts Fact #1 - The arctic region sits on top of the world and covers 18 million square miles (30 million sq. km).   Map of the Arctic with the Arctic Circle in blue.

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