Evergreen Learning and Innovation Centre
*Accepting requests for Spring 2019
Land use and multiple perspectives | natural resource development (including oil & gas, forestry, and renewable energy) | best practices and innovations | careers | stewardship
A no-cost forest field trip, this program is offered throughout May & June / September & October and runs onsite from 10 am-2 pm. – $100/day busing subsidy is also provided.
This Inside Education Program is offered with the support of the Alberta Conservation Association, Encana, the Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta, Repsol, TD Friends of the Environment, and Weyerhaeuser.
Explore the living cycle of the forest by studying plants, how they grow and the role of decomposition. Students will consider the forest as a natural resource and discover how people connect with local forests.
Connect with the forest by examining the natural and human factors that shape the forest landscape. Students will identify our forest plants and use real forestry tools to explore a unique forestry career.
Uncover the interactions in our forest ecosystems by exploring its symbiotic relationships, succession system, and soils along with traditional and modern human uses of our plants and natural resources.
this new program will utilize our on-site wildlife cameras to consider how species move and interact in the forest with an emphasis on species at risk and natural development.
Compare old growth and new growth forests through a comprehensive plot study and explore the opportunities and challenges of a multi-use forest area.