Video Conference

 

Deep Roots: The Story of Alberta's Grasslands

Embark on a guided virtual tour of the grasslands of Alberta, an endangered ecosystem that is often overlooked and misunderstood. Students will discover the intricate connections within the grassland ecosystem and learn about how interconnected the species, including people who call the grasslands home, really are.

$100 presentation fee sponsored by Prairie Conservation Forum

Geared for Grades 4-7
This program is created to complement curriculum components for grades 4-7
and is designed to adapt to Alberta’s language arts, science and social studies curriculum (all divisions).

Presented in partnership with Prairie Conservation Forum, Ducks Unlimited and Oldman watershed Council.

Please email albertadeeproots@gmail.com if you are interested.

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Poster Contest

2020: Wonderful Wetlands

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2019: What is a Watershed?

 
 
 
 
 
 

Caring For Our Watersheds Program

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School Programs

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Teacher Resources

We also have kits made up for schools and teachers with a variety of information and resources. Contact Kandra at kandra@mrwcc.ca if you are interested in one. 

 

MRWCC High School Online Courses

The Milk River Watershed Council Canada (MRWCC) is pleased to offer its interactive online course "Introduction to the Milk River Watershed, Alberta." This 1-credit course is aligned with Alberta Education's Career and Technology Studies (CTS) program under the Natural Resources cluster. 

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Course introduction

Module 1 Water

Module 2 Soils and Land

Module 3 Forests, Wildlife, and Fish

Module 4 Past and Present