Become a Member

As a member of SaskOutdoors, you're helping to connect the people of Saskatchewan to the outdoors. Know that you and your investment in SaskOutdoors is making a province where every person can experience a deep connection with nature and live in harmony with their natural surroundings. Thank you for being a member!

Membership levels

Individual Membership: $20/year

Student or Low Income Individual Membership: $10/year

Family Membership: $30/year
(suitable for families with up to 2 adults and dependent children)

Organizational Membership: $50/year
(suitable for schools, organizations & community groups)

Lifetime Membership: $300 one time payment
(suitable for individuals; free to Melanson and Weir Award Winners)




To Purchase

Memberships are due for renewal September 15 annually. Payments accepted:

  • Online by credit card or Paypal
  • By e-transfer
  • By cheque

To: SaskOutdoors
Mail To: SaskOutdoors c/o Leah Japp
Address: RR1 Box 59 Lumsden SK S0G3C0

Benefits of Membership


Online Journal

Of Land and Living Skies issues, our community journal that focuses on research, policy, practices, and community action within the fields of environmental and sustainability education.

SaskOutdoors Newsletter

Envisage- filled with information on nature-related programs and events, success stories, resources, and networking opportunities for outdoor educators.

Discounted registration Rates

SaskOutdoors events, courses and programs such as Paddle Canada Canoe Certification, educator workshops (Growing Up WILD, Flying WILD, Project WET, Project WILD, Below Zero), among others.

Reduced Rates

Reduced rate for Green Teacher Magazine (choose to subscribe upon sign-up). 


Apply for SaskOutdoors grants for outdoor and environmental education projects.

Volunteer Opportunities

Including the opportunity to serve as a director or fill other executive positions within SaskOutdoors.

Voting Rights

Voting rights at the SaskOutdoors AGM.


Discounts at Canada's Outdoor Learning Store, Fresh Air Experience, Child and Nature Alliance of Canada, and TrailCollectiv.