Lumsden Beach Camp initiated a new camp this year with financial help from Sask Outdoors. From August 5-8, 12 teens aged 15-18 participated in an out camp on Lumsden Beach Camp’s land called Outdoor Adventure Camp. Campers participated in a range of regular camp activities such as hiking,
In May, several very successful sessions were held by Nature Quest presenters at King George School in Saskatoon, with the help of funding from SaskOutdoors and the Outdoor Experience Grant funding. Nature Quest is developing a strong and positive relationship with King George School, and
The students of Christ The Teacher Catholic Schools would like to thank the SaskOutdoors for their support of our program! Our grade seven students and fourteen staff members took part in various activities including canoeing, archery, outdoor cooking, wilderness survival, and orienteering.
Davidson Grade 5 students maintained an indoor garden through the winter, and an outdoor garden once it warmed up. While they previously had an indoor worm composting bin in their classroom, they wanted to expand to an outdoor composting program and include Grades K-6. A guest speaker was brought
I'm pleased to say we had great trip with the youth of the Core Neighbourhood Youth Coop (CNYC) again this year. This year we had 10 CNYC youth attend the trip. We also had 6 leaders on the trip including myself. We had lots of fun and succeeded in hiking to Grey Owl's cabin and back over 3
On June 17th through 19th the Vincent Massey grade 7/8 class went camping to Pike Lake Provincial Park. We camped in tents provided by the Saskatoon Public School Division. We went on ecosystem walks, created plastercine pictures based on the wild life and plants in the surrounds. We swam and built
Thirty-two grade seven students spent three days from June 8 to June 10 at Kimball Lake in The Meadow Lake Provincial Park. Three teachers and three parent volunteers accompanied them. For many of our students, this was their first experience in the wilderness of Saskatchewan's northern forest.
On June 4th, seven students and two teachers from Churchbridge Public school drove to Misinnipe, Saskatchewan. We stayed the night at Otter rapids before meeting with our guide from The Churchill River Canoe Outfitters. After an amazing four days of paddling on a series of lakes we returned to
Thank you for your donation to the Coureurs de Bois program at Westmount Community School. Although, due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to make some sudden adjustments to our original plan, we were still able to give students an unforgettable camp experience full of learning. Students began
By Rod Figueroa The trip was very successful! A big thank you to SaskOutdoors for their generous contribution. Both Grade 5 classes went to Beaver Creek Conservation Area to learn about the history of Beaver Creek and the important work that the Meewasin Valley Authority is doing to conserve this
Brightwater Science and Environmental Camp – May 13-14, 2015 By: Carolyn Barton From May 13-14, 2015, I traveled to Brightwater Science and Environmental Camp, located at Beaver Creek, Saskatchewan, with thirty-five grade six students. To make camp possible, I had the help of one other
This year the Grade 10 class went to Mirond Lake for a 3 night 4 day canoe trip. We left Carrot River on June 9th at 7:00 am. Sixteen students and four adults loaded up their gear and hoped on a school bus for a 4 hour bus ride. We got to Silence of the North Resort on Mirond Lake where we unloaded