Native Species Recommended for Restoration of Boreal EcoregionSaskatchewan Ministry of Environment
This report is a collaborative effort between government and non-government participants. It has been prepared as a practical guide to assist in the use of native species for rehabilitating disturbed areas of the Boreal ecoregions.Download Link More Info
Species at Risk Public RegistryGovernment of Canada
The Public Registry is your source for news, information, and documents related to species at risk in Canada. This web site has been designed to help you better understand Canada's approach to protecting and recovering species at risk,...Link More Info
Saskatchewan's Native Prairie: Taking Stock of a Vanishing Ecosystem and Dwindling ResourceNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
This booklet is intended to provide an appreciation for the impact that settlement has had on Saskatchewan's prairie landscape. It is not intended to cast blame toward any sector of the population. Rather it is to recognize that the...Download Link More Info
Native Plant Material and Services Supplier ListNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
The Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan (NPSS) provides this list to support and promote the use of native plants. We hope that through the use of native plants, people will come to understand and appreciate their importance, thereby...Download Link More Info
On the Prairie Online Activities and ResourcesNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
Every year the Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan travels to the prairie and explores cool animals and plants of this fascinating ecosystem. We discover why prairies are important to the way we live and what humans do to impact this...Link More Info
Build a PrairieNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
The prairie is one of North America's great ecosystems and a vital habitat for many plants and animals. Over 98% of the prairie has been lost in the past 150 years but some people are trying to bring it back, hectare by hectare. Restoring a...Link More Info
Native Plants in the ClassroomNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
Native Plants in the Classroom is a project designed to connect youth with nature. This project will educate and involve youth across Saskatchewan in native plants and habitats (including species at risk) through classroom and outdoor...Link More Info
The Watershed GameNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
This online Watershed Game is an interactive way to get students learning about watersheds and how we can protect them. Students are able to make decisions to manage the watershed in our national parks, agriculture, neighbourhood and...Link More Info
Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station ToursFort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation
The Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station is the only fish hatchery in Saskatchewan that stocks fish for public angling opportunities. We are open for tours from May 1st to Labour Day (Sept. 7th), 9am-4pm. Tours are free and they can be...Download Link More Info
Gardening Fact SheetsRegina Floral Conservatory
The Regina Floral Conservatory aims to promote environmental stewardship through a series of gardening fact sheets, teaching appreciation of growing plants and basic gardening practices to the general public. Visit the Regina Floral...Download Link More Info
Lil' Gardeners ClubRegina Floral Conservatory
Lil' Gardeners Club is open to children from birth to age five and their parents and grandparents. The program provides a great opportunity for these preschoolers to experience the Conservatory and all it has to offer and for parents to get...Link More Info
Create a Wetland World with Paper AnimalsDucks Unlimited Canada
This cross curricular, multi-lingual activity linked with the Wetlands and the World resource helps students develop a paper-model diorama for the classroom while learning about some of the different animals in the wetland food web.Download Link More Info
How to Deliver a Wetland Field TripDucks Unlimited Canada
Project Webfoot, DUC's elementary school program, links specifically to the Grade 4 to 6 curricula in jurisdictions across Canada. It creates the opportunity for students to apply their learning and connect with nature through safe,...Download Link More Info
Always Changing EcosystemsEcoKids / Earth Care Canada
You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. In this lesson, students will learn about an ecosystem, and actively participate in a game that simulates one.Download Link More Info
What is Biological Diversity?EcoKids / Earth Care Canada
You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. Students play a round of musical chairs using drawings of different species in a food web. The disappearance of chairs signals...Link More Info
How do Farmers Grow Food Around the World?EcoKids / Earth Care Canada
You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. There is a dual focus for this activity: investigating the origin of and growing methods for a food, and growing a garden. Over...Download Link More Info