Can you suggest a link that would be a valuable resource for Junior Forest Wardens?
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Youth Safe Outdoors
Safety First! A Resource for the Alberta Community Voluntary Sector
Guidelines for Youth Programs, Level 1 Manual
Guidelines for Higher Care Youth Programs, Level 2 Manual
Compass Games (demonstrated at Fall Workshop 2011)
The Encana Environmental Education Resource Centre
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Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre
Becoming educated about the Energy sector is an important MUST in our province, particularly Alberta’s youth. A program or a visit to Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre offers:
History: past, present and future through movies and exhibits in 23,000 square feet of galleries, including a drilling rig demonstration.
Discovery: Virtual tour of The World’s Largest Drill Bit, taking you down to the Devonian formation, “Fossils to Fuel” program, learning about oil sands and heavy oil techniques.
Science: Make your own petrochemical, and hands on activities in the Learning Lab and classrooms.
Alternative Energy: solar, wind and Geothermal.
Exploration: 13 acres of indoor and outdoor equipment and collections. Step on the floor of a triple rig and find out what is involved to make Alberta an energy province.
Our Youth Programs can be tailored to the needs of your organization. Also available in French, Dutch, German and Spanish. Please see attached brochure, and contact us for further information.
Leduc Discovery Centre Youth Brochure1.pdf
Leduc Discovery Centre Single curriculum Ad.pdf
Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association
The Alberta Hunter Education Instructors Association (AHEIA), is a non profit organization dedicated to creating an ethical, humane and educated Alberta that values wildlife, fish and the environment. In consideration of our goals and objectives, AHEIA is not only offering in-person Conservation Education training but as well, Online Conservation Education training. As an Association we are working closely with instructors to provide material and information to perpetuate and enhance the excellence of this program.
Check out the Education Programs offered by AHEIA.
Since 1991, Evergreen Theatre has been creating and performing original science-based musical theatre for audiences across North America.
By integrating musical theatre and science, Evergreen strives to create engaging productions that are as informative as they are entertaining. The goal is to inspire scientific literacy and enthusiasm, as well as to empower audiences with accessible and positive choices to keep the world around them forever green.
Evergreen offers touring theatre productions: interactive science-based hour-long performances right in your school's gym, for up to 300 students and teachers!
Pitch in Canada Week
One Simple Act
Motivate Students to Take Action on the Environment with the One Simple Act School Toolkit.
A One Simple Act School Toolkit has been created to help spark the development of young environmental leaders while igniting action in your school. This web based resource supports grades one to six teachers, enabling students to personally commit to one of ten simple acts that protect the environment while at school. Additional curriculum connected activities and resources provide depth and understanding to these actions, and facilitate even larger change. Pathfinder and Trailblazer leaders can also incorporate this resource into club activities. Led by Alberta Environment, the One Simple Act program encourages Albertans to reduce waste, conserve water and save energy.
Inside Education™ is a nonprofit registered charity that provides natural resources and environment education focused on forests, water, energy and related topics. Check out their classroom resources.
Look on the Learning Resources page for:Field Study Planning Guides - Animal Life Cycles
- Bugology I & II
- Trees & Forests
- Waste In Our Natural World
- Wetland Ecology
Downloadable Resources & Links - Kananaskis in the Classroom - Calgary Area
- Parks in the Classroom - Southern Alberta (2 pages)
- Environmental Education Publications
- Alberta Parks Environmental Education
Cows, Fish, Cattledogs and Kids! Game Show and Board Game
Clubs can borrow the game from us and we will provide you with background information. Your club members can put the game on for you, with your assistance and participation.
Cattledogs and cows aren't the only things mooooving and shaking in riparian areas. In 2005, a new Cows and Fish youth education tool to hit pastures, classrooms, and the hands of resource extension folks throughout Alberta. The 4-page factsheet includes basic awareness on riparian areas and their linkages with fish, wildlife, water, livestock and vegetation. Activities, such as puzzles, games and 'fast facts' on riparian areas are included.
Sustainable Resource Development - Educational Resources
Educational Resource Order Form & Environmental Education Publications (Posters, videos, teaching kits)
Hoses & Helicopters
Forestry Information Support, Videographer/Editor
Sustainable Resource Development
9th Floor, Great West Life Building
9920 108 Street
Edmonton, AB T5K 2M4
Hoses and helicopters is a wildfire version of the popular snakes and ladders game. Players roll a dice and move across the large playing board. If they land on a square where their actions prevent wildfires they take a helicopter upwards but if they land on a square where their actions can cause a wildfire they slide down a hose towards the start.
The Outdoor's It's Yours! - an Alberta Government publication.
Copies of The Outdoors It’s Yours! Activity Book can be ordered FREE of CHARGE by contacting the SRD Information Centre: 780-944-0313 OR 1-877-944-0313
*as of February 20, 2014, copies are still available*