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.



Girls on Ice Expeditions take place in remote wilderness environments every summer for 12 days and are open to girls age 16-17 to apply. They are tuition-free and interweave science, art,...

 

Evergreen Theatre programs include a touring stage show as well as an Artist in Residency program.​

  • Every year Evergreen Theatre puts on a different 50-minute touring show,...

 

The Helen Schuler Nature Centre in Lethbridge offers school programs, exhibits and nature trails to enjoy all year round. 

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Based in Lacombe County, Ellis Bird Farm provides field trip programs to elementary schools in Central...

 

The Earth Rangers Clubs program is made up of elementary school-age students and educators, who have committed to taking action in helping animals and the environment. We have created a free and easy to use...

 

Roots 2 STEM provides field trip programs on power systems and electronics in their one-of-a-kind, high-tech, 4000 sq. ft. lab. Roots 2 Stem can also come to...

 

Ag for Life has a full teacher resource page with videos, activities, lesson plans, and online educational tools. There are materials specific to elementary, junior...

 

Located near Hinton, William A. Switzer Provincial Park provides field trip programs and in-class presentations for Grades K-6. Topics...

 

Based in Calgary, Nature's Ride and Ciclomanías provide energy, waste, and art workshops. Visit their website to learn more and book a workshop. 

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The Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society can come to your school or community group to teach about native wildlife, conservation, and create conversation around the implications of human activities on the health and safety of wild animals. A...

 

For Kindergarten and Grade 1

The Nature Immersion program provides children and participants time to explore and develop a...