These are the resources for teaching environmental education to K to 12 students and other audiences. Use the filters on the left to refine your search.



Farmers 2050 is a game designed to help students answer the question: How will we sustainably feed nearly 10 billion people by the year 2050?

In the game, students become farmers, learn...

 

Virtual field trips include: Wetlands, Critter Dipping, Owls, and Marshes.

This interactive map shows...

 

CPAWS provides classroom programs and guided hikes for students in Grades 2-12 through all seasons (including winter). All programming is connected to curriculum. Classroom...

 

The Biosphere Institute of the Bow Valley has downloadable lesson plans about wildlife, conservation, and climate change for Kindergarten to Grade 9 science and social...

 

WILD Outside is a new conservation-based youth leadership program run by the Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF). Learning from CWF facilitators alongside their peers, youth who join the WILD...

 

The programs help the Okotoks education community address sustainability issues and give students, teachers, administrators, and staff the ideas and resources necessary to take initiative at four levels of action: in the classroom, in the school, in...

 

Alberta Parks Kananaskis field trips explore a variety of natural topics,...

 

Fish Creek park provides programming for all Grades about land and interactions between plants and animals.

 

Nature Alive Adventures provides customizable outdoor experiences right to your school parking lot or to an outdoor space near you. They provide instruction in outdoor skills (e.g....

 

Alberta Food Matters is a province-wide organization that connects dietitians, teachers and local producers to each other and to information on projects that already exist in Alberta and...