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Explore wildlife, recreational opportunities, history, and important conservation values of each of BC's regions and many of BC's most exceptional wild and large parks.
Practical activity-based program that brings environmental education into schools.
Evergreen's Teacher's Corner is an online resource to help teachers get the most out of the outdoor classroom - lesson plans, tips and techniques.
Links schools in Canada to reputable environmental education programs across the country.
Classroom and online activities for Canadian educators.
Focus is on wildlife and wildlife places. Educational, hands-on programs to audiences of all ages.
An inquiry-based science, internet and print research curriculum for ages 7-11. For classroom, library, after-school, home-school and mentoring programs.
In-class environmental education programs.
In the Classroom and At the Park school programs for K-7.
Explore BC's Parks - facts about location, access, wildlife and ecology, and history. Search by region or by alphabetical listing.
Environmental education day programs for schools.
Low Impact Camping Skills
Environmental day programs for elementary and secondary schools.
What to Bring (10 Essentials)
Experiential residential field based environmental studies.
Promoting youth recreation in BC's provincial parks.
Programs encourage the discovery and appreciation of wild migratory birds and their habitats, the Fraser River estuary, and conservation initiatives in this coastal region.
High quality residential environmental education programs held on Keats and Gambier islands in Howe Sound.
Squamish Nation Witness Ceremony and Camping Weekends
Classroom with Outdoors (programs for Grade 4 to 7).
Environmental Educators' Provincial Specialist Association
Canadian Environmental Educator Network
Canadian Environmental Education Curriculum Assessment Program
A magazine by and for educators
Environmental Educators of BC
Environmental educator training