Educational Programs

Educational Programs               

The Lesser Slave Watershed Council has been serving the communities within our watershed since 2007 as a Watershed Planning & Advisory Council. Our main goals are to promote watershed stewardship, monitor the health of the watershed and offer education and outreach opportunities for all members of our community!

Our Watershed Coordinator Kate is in charge of booking, planning and building all our educational programs, if you have any questions or want to book a program call her in the office at 780-523-9800 or send an email to [email protected]We are excited to offer a variety of FREE programs for schools and community groups. Depending on the needs of your group programs can be tailored to meet various curriculum objectives, or to be more fun. All our programs are designed to blend traditional teaching styles with hands-on, nature-based experiential opportunities.   

Call 780-523-9800 or email [email protected] for more information or to book a program. 

  

 

                 

Caring For Our Watersheds

Lesser Slave Forest Education Society

This Alberta-wide program promotes scientific inquiry, and environmental awareness. Students are challenged to identify a problem in our watershed, and could win up to $1000 towards a solution.

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Our partners at LSFES offer many additional programs at no cost to teachers. Spring and Fall field trips, as well as in class presentations all about the Boreal Forest are available for all grade levels. For more information on what programs they offer check their website: lsfes.org/