Jarvis Bay Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Plant Growth

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    The forests and wetlands of Crimson Lake are filled with a fascinating diversity of plants. Through first-hand discovery, students learn

    • To identify important local plants
    • The role of plants in the ecosystem
    • The stages of plant development
    • Plant Growth & Changes
Type:Field Study
Duration:2 Hours
Location:Jarvis Bay Provincial Park
Max. Group Size:30
Fees:$105 (GST included)
Availability:May - Jun & Sept - Oct

This program can also be booked by community groups from May through October.

Updated: Feb 19, 2020