It was such a fun day watching all of the families interact! Parents remembering the importance of uninterrupted quality playtime!
On July 24th, we had our "Excursion Day" to Pike Lake Provincial Park - IT WAS AWESOME! But Murphy's Law states that anything that can go wrong, will go wrong... and it did. First the Bus attempted to pick up the campers are St. Volodymyr School Located in Saskatoon, not St. Volodymyr Park located
The John Howard Society of Saskatchewan (JHSS) – Cornerstone Program wishes to thank SaskOutdoors and SaskLotteries for the $500.00 grant received. This grant has allowed youth in Regina the opportunity to discover new and exciting ways to engage with nature. Although the goal was to
Every year, the Battlefords Boys and Girls Club organizes out-trips as part of our Summer Adventure Day Camps. This year we organized an out-trip to Hidden Meadows Ranch on August 1st, 2019. This out-trip had been planned for early July, but due to inclement weather it had to be postponed until
The Outdoor Ed-venture leadership team included 23 grade 7 & 8 students of École Lumsden Elementary school. Students had to apply to be part of the opportunity and required a reference from a teacher to confirm that they possessed the leadership potential to be part of such an
The Saskatchewan Boreal Forest Learning Centre (now known as Wild Sky Adventure Learning) was proud to offer indoor and outdoor activities at the 4th annual Fire & Ice Winter Festival at Ness Creek on March 2nd. The weather wasn't favourable - it was -25 with a windchill, but nevertheless, both
The grades 4/5s would like to thank SaskOutdoors for their generous support. This fall we went to Wanuskewin and the Forestry Farm & Zoo. The students learned about First Nations heritage and Indigenous ways of knowing as well as the introduction of settlers to Saskatchewan. The students
Mr. Wagner’s class was able to take part in 4 additional fieldtrips due to the generous support of SaskOutdoors and Sask Lotteries. 27 students took part as well as 4 adults. Before the trip, Leave No Trace Ethics were discussed in class and students were encouraged to practice them on each
By Jolene Siemens After an unsuccessful attempt at a winter day trip (due to travel advisory) and a rained-out spring trip (access to site was impossible), we decided to rebook for a summer trip. It couldn’t have turned out better! I am a Learning Resource Teacher at Seven Stones. I worked
SaskOutdoors was good enough to provide my Environmental Science 20 class at WW Brown High School in Langham with funding for an outdoors experience. We took two one day trips to off site locations to study different ecosystems. We did one trip to the Nisbet forest, just north of Duck Lake on April
Thank you so much SaskOutdoors! Our students had an opportunity to go to Wanuskewin and experience a tipi raising as well as First Nations technology. We learned how First Nations People lived and respected the land. Our day finished off by going on a hike through the beautiful valley.
Mr. Wagner’s class was able to take part in two additional fieldtrips due to the generous support of SaskOutdoors and Sask Lotteries. 27 students took part as well as 4 adults. Before the trip, Leave No Trace Ethics were discussed in class and students were encouraged to practice them on each