Environmental Science 20


Eco-Despair

Eco-Despair

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Aboriginal people have always had a deep connection to the land and felt the responsibility to keep it healthy for future generations. As a result of colonization, voicelessness and powerlessness has caused many Aboriginal people to...

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Creation Story

Creation Story

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

For Aboriginal people, storytelling is the way we teach our children, pass on our values and remember our history. It is the story that inspires people to learn more. It is the story that begins all learning journeys. Please note: This is an...

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Water - The Sacred Relationship

Water - The Sacred Relationship

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Water:The Sacred Relationship, is the result of a three year research project by Native Counselling Services of Alberta that features a documentary film, educational curriculum and a public policy research article. Guided by a circle...

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Wetland Ecosystems

Wetland Ecosystems

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Examine western and Aboriginal worldviews on 'living and non-living things' in wetlands ecosystems while recognizing that all plants and animals have an important role in a wetlands community as they interact with one another.

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Species at Risk

Species at Risk

Parks Canada

This website is a great source of useful and interesting information on species at risk protection and recovery efforts in our national parks, national marine conservation areas and national historic sites. In the feature you will find...

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My Parks Pass Activity Guide

My Parks Pass Activity Guide

Parks Canada

The My Parks Pass program is offered in partnership by Parks Canada, The Historica-Dominion Institute, Nature Canada and Canadian Geographic Education. My Parks Pass program is intended to help students explore and learn about...

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You are the Earth.

You are the Earth.

by David Suzuki

This lively collection of fascinating facts and fables, colorful cartoons, and dynamic illustrations explains how everything on Earth is connected. Since its original publication, concern for the environment has grown, and although...

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Take Action! A Guide to Active Citizenship

Take Action! A Guide to Active Citizenship

by Mark Kielburger and Craig Kielburger

Human rights activists, Marc and Craig Keilburgers' guide to active citizenship equips teens with tangible ways to make a difference in their school or community. Included are a 7-step process to social involvement, organizational...

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The Elders Are Watching

The Elders Are Watching

by David Bouchard and Roy Henry Vickers

When award-winning writer David Bouchard first saw the work of First Nations artist Roy Henry Vickers, he was struck by Vickers' reverence for nature and his understanding of Canada's rugged West Coast. They collaborated on The Elders...

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Dear Children of the Earth: A Letter from Home

Dear Children of the Earth: A Letter from Home

by Schim Schimel

Dear Children of the Earth begins a remarkable letter from Mother Earth asking for help from children everywhere. She writes to express her love for each and every child and asks for their love and appreciation in return. In her own words,...

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Nature Activities

Nature Activities

Sharing Nature Worldwide / Joseph Cornell

This website was founded by Joseph Cornell, who is the author of the Sharing Nature Book Series. It promotes his Flow Learning system of nature awareness and provides a number of online nature activities.

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Adopt-A-Pond Programme: Wetland Curriculum

Adopt-A-Pond Programme: Wetland Curriculum

Toronto Zoo

Although this guide focuses on the Adopt-A-Pond Programme through the Toronto Zoo, there are many lesson plans and ideas that relate to the Saskatchewan curriculum. This guide includes four basic study modules : " Water ", " Wetland...

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The Ways of Knowing Guide: Earth's Teachings

The Ways of Knowing Guide: Earth's Teachings

Turtle Island Conservation / Toronto Zoo

This guide is a journey of Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee traditional knowledge, reflected through worldviews, values, beliefs, and stories that speak to the fundamental principle of ensuring sustainable relationships with the...

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Freshwater Conservation: An Environmental Chemistry Unit Instructor Guide

Freshwater Conservation: An Environmental Chemistry Unit Instructor Guide

Trout Unlimited Canada

In this unit, you will see how some chemicals, appearing as nutrients, are actually helpful to sustaining life. While other chemicals, often found in the form of pollution, can be harmful to our health. You will determine the...

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Freshwater Conservation: An Environmental Chemistry Unit Student Activity Booklet

Freshwater Conservation: An Environmental Chemistry Unit Student Activity Booklet

Trout Unlimited Canada

In this unit, you will see how some chemicals, appearing as nutrients, are actually helpful to sustaining life. While other chemicals, often found in the form of pollution, can be harmful to our health. You will determine the...

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Non-Point Source Pollutants- Source and Effects

Non-Point Source Pollutants- Source and Effects

Trout Unlimited Canada
Animals, Conservation, Water, Grade 5, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

A handy chart showing pollutants, their source and effects.

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Ag in the Watershed Website

Ag in the Watershed Website

Ag in the Watershed

Eleven of the Saskatchewan watersheds have collaborated to provide educational materials for the new Saskatchewan Science 20 Curriculum being implemented in the fall of 2015.  These materials will promote awareness of the...

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FrogWatch

FrogWatch

Nature Canada

Nature Canada and the Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Network Coordinating Office (EMANCO) present these education programs as an opportunity for the public to explore the natural world and share their observations with...

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