Kananaskis Country

Alberta Parks

Field Programs for Students

A Kananaskis Conservation Pass is required to park your vehicle in Kananaskis and the Bow Valley.
Ice Safety: Alberta Parks does not monitor ice conditions; learn how to assess them for yourself at the Canadian Red Cross.

The Environmental Education program in Kananaskis Country is currently taking bookings for all 2022-23 winter programs. Spring program requests open on January 2, 2023. Programs will be modified, as needed, to meet the requirements of Alberta Health Services, school protocols and to meet teacher needs. Please send your request or questions to Kananaskis.Education@gov.ab.ca .

Division Program Grade Curriculum Theme
II Plant Communities 4 Science
    • Plant Growth & Changes
II Wondrous Wetlands 5 Science
    • Wetland Ecosystems
III The Nature of Science 7 Science
    • Unit A: Interactions & Ecosystems
III Written in Stone 7 Science
    • Planet Earth
III Freshwater Monitoring: A Case Study 8, 9 Science
    • FreshWater & Saltwater Systems (Grade 8)
    • Environmental Chemistry (Grade 9)
IV Ecosystems & Population Change in Kananaskis Country 11 Biology
    • Ecosystems & Population Change
III, IV,
ENVOE1
Winter Ecology…on Snowshoes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Environmental and Outdoor Education

    -

III, IV,
ENVOE1
Snow Science and Safety ... on Snowshoes 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 Environmental and Outdoor Education

    -

II, III, IV Park Inquiry: Your Day, Your Way! 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
    • Biodiveristy, Water, Culture & Active Outdoor Living (as reflected in Alberta parks Topics and Themes for Youth Engagement)

1.Environmental & Outdoor Education Programs