Explore & Learn: Nature & The Environment
- Eco-Educational Travel: outdoor adventure programs for adults to destinations in Saskatchewan, Canada and around the world. Explore South America, Africa, Athabasca Sand Dunes, Costa Rica, Peru and Ecuador including the Galapagos Islands. Experience Polar Bears and Beluga Whales in Churchill,MB, witnessing the spectacular beauty of nature and wildlife.
- Ecology Camps for Kids: for ages 8 to 11 (plus one junior leader per camp from age 12 to 17), offered every summer and during February and Easter school breaks. Kid's participate in daily field trips, meet with University scientists and learn about rocks, fossils, plants, insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals with a focus on Saskatchewan’s Endangered Species.
- K-8 School Programs: In-class experiential learning workshops on bats, birds, endangered species, paper making and waste reduction. Free 1/2 day in-class wetland workshops from Nov to March. Follow up with a guided wetland and grassland field trip. May be adapted for high schools.
- Eco-Education Jr. Leadership opportunities: Teens from age 12 to 17 participate as junior leaders at our Summer Ecology for Kids camps. Junior leaders assist instructors and serve as role models for younger children.