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Project Wild

Project Wild

Canadian Wildlife Foundation, SaskOutdoors

Teachers, parents, and students praise this classic K-12 environmental education program used internationally. Project WILD instructors have taught thousands of Canadian students from kindergarten through high school — and...

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Soil Texture by Feel

Soil Texture by Feel

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools
Soil, Grade 3

This chart provides information on how to distinguish between sand, clay, clay loam and loam.

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WormWatch

WormWatch

Nature Canada

WormWatch is a science-based education program that makes learning about the soil ecosystem fun. It is a part of NatureWatch, a national volunteer monitoring program used to identify ecological changes that may be affecting our...

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Habitat Conservation Area: A Self-Guided Tour

Habitat Conservation Area: A Self-Guided Tour

Wascana Centre

The Habitat Conservation Area is a 23-acre site within Wascana Centre that has been set aside specifically for wildlife. You can use the self-guided brochure to discover this area of the park. Trail markers guide you along this...

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Of Land & Living Skies

Of Land & Living Skies

SaskOutdoors

Of Land & Living Skies is a community journal where theory and practice merge, becoming a space for dialogue within the fields of environmental and sustainability education, and focusing on research, policy, and community...

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Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools Website

Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools Website

Regina Public Schools

The Outdoor Education Regina Public Schools Website provides many lesson plans, field trip ideas and outdoor education resources for all schools, but their specific field trips are only offered to Regina Public Schools.

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Regina Floral Conservatory School Program

Regina Floral Conservatory School Program

Regina Floral Conservatory

We provide a learning program from pre-school to Grade Eight and we follow the Provincial School Science Guidelines closely. We also provide a program that is appropriate to the age and ability of our student visitors. Each session runs...

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Ecokids Website

Ecokids Website

Earth Day Canada

Started in 1994, EcoKids is a free Earth Day Canada environmental education program that offers curriculum-linked materials and activities for Canadian elementary schools to engage in environmental action.

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