Lesser Slave Lake Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Nature's Recyclers

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Breathing trees, worms and wetlands - what do they all have in common?  They are all "nature's recyclers" - examples of the natural world's way of recycling, reducing and reusing. This program briefly reviews the 4 Rs. Then an easy hike through the forest provides opportunities for investigating the ways nature reduces, recycles and reuses.  It includes

  • Demonstrations explaining how wetlands filter water and how plants photosynthesize
  • A discussion of how animals reuse materials in the forest
  • Examination of decomposers and decomposition
    • Topic A-Waste & Our World
Type:Field Study
Duration:1.5 Hours
Location:Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation or a local natural area
Max. Group Size:??
Fees:$$3 per student
Availability:Spring & Fall

Presented in conjunction with the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation. To book, call 780-849-8240 or email info@borealbirdcentre.ca

Updated: Jul 29, 2022