Forest Education Program, July 4-8, 2017
Traveling Program through Alberta’s Foothills including stops in Edmonton, Whitecourt, Hinton, Rocky Mountain House & Kananaskis!
Thank you to all the awesome teachers that joined the fun during our Forest Education Program this summer. As promised, here are the follow-up details for you to help bring all this new knowledge to your classroom!
1. Program Resources
We have a growing collection of education learning materials to help you augment your lessons. Have a look at this collection of forest education resources and feel free to add ones you use in your classroom! We’ll also be adding items to a shared Dropbox in the next few days.
2. Thank You Contact List
Hearing from program participants goes a long way with our program partners, so please take a moment to send them a quick email with a few highlights and a note of thanks!
Forest Resource Improvement Association of Alberta (FRIAA)
Todd Nash, Manager / Box 11094, Main Post Office, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 3K4 / Todd.Nash@mnp.ca
Millar Western Forest Products
Brian McConkey, Vice President / 16640 – 111 Avenue, Edmonton, AB, T5M 2S5 / BMcConkey@millarwestern.com
Although the GoA didn’t fund the program it would be great if you could thank Minister Carlier and share know how important these program are for teachers
Alberta Agriculture and Forestry / Honourable Oneil Carlier / Legislature Office / 229 Legislature Building / 10800 – 97 Avenue Edmonton, AB Canada T5K 2B6 / firstname.lastname@example.org
3. Feedback Survey
Please take a few moments to share your thoughts about the program on our post-program survey. Click here to take the survey.
4. Photos, slideshows, and the program: All of our photos will be uploaded to our Flickr site as soon as possible, and here is a link to that amazing photo slideshow. Ann Normand from Work Wild has also shared her photos through her own Flickr account. See Ann’s photos here. You can also look back at the program – 2017 Forest Education Program_July 2017