Resources for Educators

Alberta Council for Environmental Educators

The Environmental Education Resource Center lists field trips, lesson plans, workshops and more to help support the work you do to increase energy, environmental and climate literacy of students and other audiences you work with.

Environment Education Resource Data Base

Caring for our Watersheds  

The CARING FOR OUR WATERSHEDS™ program is an environmental educational competition that encourages creativity and rewards students for the solutions they identify. CARING FOR OUR WATERSHEDS partners with communities to create focused solutions to local watershed issues.

Ducks Unlimited Canada

Project Webfoot is linked to the elementary curriculum in grades 4 to 6 (habitats & communities, biodiversity, food webs and adaptations). We provide learning resources for teachers and students and, in some provinces, fund field trips to local wetlands for sponsored classes.

What duck are you? Find out with Duck Detectives.

Taking Action - Teacher and Student Guide
Taking action is about being proud of where you live, respecting your environment and taking ownership of its health. This resource booklet gives you inspiring examples and step-by-step ideas on activities, from beginner to advanced, to take action.

Wetlands and the World Program 
Wetlands and the World provides ways for exploring wetlands across cultures and recognizing the value of wetlands in maintaining a healthy world for all of us.


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