Resource Libraries

Learn about the importance of learning with the land, led by Indigenous Peoples. Included are links to other great resources as well. 

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 high, and high school audiences. Topics include food, food waste, careers, sustainable development goals, STEAM, and tech & innovation in agriculture. 

Nutrients for Life provides a library of resources for teaching sustainable agriculture and soil science to middle school and high school students in Canada. The webpage includes detailed downloadable lesson plans, an investigation for high school students into water quality challenges in Lake Erie, FREE posters that you can order for your classroom which include the nitrogen and phosphorus cycles, and online games to help reinforce concepts. 

Project WET provides water education in the form of activity booklets, storybooks, educators guides, maps and posters, and activity kits.  

The Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network links to a wide range of climate change resources for all grade levels. 

Evergreen provides lesson plans for K-12 students on climate, conservation, and outdoor activities, and how-to guides for gardening and composting. 

Little Green Library is a community resource offering environmental books and DVDs to Calgarians. It is located right in the Green Hub alongside the Green Calgary EcoStore, at #100 - 301-14th Street NW.

Green Calgary also provides worm bin rentals to classrooms for 2-6 weeks. 

 

Resources 4 Rethinking offers an online searchable database of lesson plans for all grades and subject areas. Check it out! 

The North American Association for Environmental Education has a resource bank on their website, featuring interesting articles, websites, and environmental literature. Check it out!