The Calgary Farmyard (previously Calgary Corn Maze) provides field trips programs on gardening and farm animals. Field trips take place in the Spring (June) and Fall (September & October).
Granary Road provides active learning field trips for Gr, K-9, in which students can explore outdoor exhibits covering the following topics: crops, animals, bees, swamps, and bats.
The City of Edmonton provides Waste Management Centre Tours (Gr. 4-12) and classroom programs on waste, recycling, and composting (Gr. 4-6), as well as Junior High and High school presentations upon request.
Beauvais lake provides school programs in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta classrooms from Gr. 2-12 on a variety of topics on plants & animals, biological diversity, and water.
Programs are offered for teachers in Northern Alberta in the Slave Lake area, are curriculum-linked, and cater to K-9 Science, Science 20 & Biology 20, and CTS Forestry.
Telus World of Science provides a wide variety of programs for Educators including Classroom Programs, Science in Motion, Science School and a Digital Scavenger Hunt!
Beaverhill Bird Observatory offers curriculum aligned field trip programs and classroom outreach (virtual or in-person) to Kindergarten-Grade 12, as well as other children/youth groups and child care. They are able to travel across Alberta, and are able to do so when multiple classrooms/schools are booked in the same area. Coordinate with fellow teachers and request Beaverhill to come to you!
Based in Lacombe County, Ellis Bird Farm providesfield trip programs to elementary schools in Central Alberta. Field trips focus on birds, wetlands, plants, and insects.
Glenbow Ranch provides in school and field trip programs for Elementary Schools, and custom programs for higher grades. Programs include: Discover Archaeology, Explore Grasslands, and Explore Pond Program.