Some would argue that the invention of agriculture was the single biggest change ever to affect the human timeline. Nevertheless, it has changed the way we live, where we live, and how we interact with one another across space on earth. In this session, we will discuss the 1st (Neolithic) Agricultural Revolution and the 2nd Agricultural Revolution, and the effects they had on how crops are produced and how people live. Before the neolithic revolution, we will describe how people lived in hunter gatherer tribes and what life was like before agriculture. We will also be talking about processes throughout history such as the industrial revolution, Columbian Exchange, and mechanization that has greatly affected the ways that humans communicate and cooperate agriculturally.