Calendar of Events

 
Upcoming Events
Conservation Optimism | Sharing the Best Stories of Saving Life on Earth

Dec 2, 2021 (10:00 - 10:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join Conservation Optimism director Julia Migne as she highlights the work of her organization to find the good in global conservation - sharing positive stories of hope from around the globe!


We As Nature with KM Reyes

Dec 2, 2021 (13:00 - 14:00)

Hosted by: Flourishing Diversity

During this event, KM Reyes, who is passionate about professionalising conservation, improving gender equality, and the recognition of indigenous land rights, will be sharing her personal story of how connecting to all life has inspired and impacted her.

Following the 20-minute story, participants are invited to stay and connect with 2-3 other attendees in a breakout room to share...


Research and Conservation of Qilalugaq (beluga whales) in Canada’s Western Arctic

Dec 2, 2021 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join Shannon as she shares information on beluga whale ecology and different methods that scientists use to study and conserve this important species.

Shannon is a Research Biologist with Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Although based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in a typical year she spends between 3-5 months planning and conducting field programs in the Beaufort Sea in Canada’s western...


Get Outside: Learning Outdoors in Winter

Dec 2, 2021 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

Finding curriculum opportunities outside in winter is easier than you think. Whether it is Math, Science, the Arts or any other subject area, winter outside offers educators a plethora of interesting, motivating curriculum connections not found in other seasons. Come join me for a ‘walk through winter opportunities’.

Pamela Gibson is a career classroom teacher with an Arts background...


Exploring Educator Opportunities to Connect with Nearby Nature

Dec 2, 2021 (16:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Ecoschools Canada

The Connect with Nearby Nature action can be connected to Geography, Arts, and First Nation, Inuit and Métis studies. 

Check out the resources below for comprehensive curriculum connections, information, and worksheets to run lessons and activities in nearby nature.

Connect nearby nature activities to the 


Live for Aldabra | Giant Tortoises: Island Engineers in a Warming World

Dec 3, 2021 (09:00 - 09:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Many islands across the world used to house giant tortoises, until humans arrived and ate them all. An island without its tortoises is an empty place, where many activities grind to a halt. Join Dr. Dennis Hansen live on Aldabra Atoll, the last place on Earth that still has huge herds of giant tortoises. Together, we'll explore how these gentle creatures shape their island - and how they...


International Cheetah Day at The Toronto Zoo

Dec 3, 2021 (10:00 - 10:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Have you ever wondered what makes a cheetah run so fast? Is it for hunting? Protection? Or even just for fun? Join us as we learn all about the adaptations that make cheetahs the fastest animal on land! Joined by the Cheetah Conservation Fund of Canada we will dive into the different ways they help with protecting wild cheetah populations.


Tori Linder | Path of the Panther

Dec 3, 2021 (11:00 - 11:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Tori Linder is the Director of Path of the Panther, an ambitious storytelling effort identifying the land protection and wildlife crossings needed to keep the Everglades connected to North America and save a future for the Florida Panther. She first got mud on her boots (field experience) in Africa. She worked with local governments, indigenous communities and the private sector on a social...


Les bons, les méchants et les poilus

Dec 3, 2021 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Le Centre des Palissades, qui se trouve dans le parc national Jasper, doit composer avec de nouveaux locataires qui ne sont pas les bienvenus. Les spermophiles s’emparent des lieux! Les employés du parc arriveront-ils à convaincre ces petites bêtes de retourner d’où elles viennent? Verront-ils bientôt le bout de ce tunnel?


Exploring Coral Live from Papahānaumokuākea

Dec 3, 2021 (13:30 - 14:15) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Dive into Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM) and explore the deep-sea live with the Nautilus team as they use ROVs to explore the vibrant coral and sponge communities found on the sea mount!

Head on board Dr. Bob Ballard’s Exploration Vessel Nautilus as they explore the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument (PMNM). PMNM encompasses 582,578 square miles of the...


World Urban Parks Congress

Dec 5, 2021

Hosted by: World Urban Parks

World Urban Parks is excited to announce its 2021 virtual World Urban Parks Congress following the success of the 2020 Parks for all Congress with the City of Tirana. This virtual event will bring together city and community leaders, park professionals, partners, affiliates, and engaged citizens under the shared goal of advancing parks through intentional successful strategies. It has been a...


Christine Stortini | Marine Biologist: The Ocean and Climate Change

Dec 6, 2021 (10:00 - 10:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Dr. Christine Stortini grew up on an island in northern Ontario surrounded by the cold, clean, and lively Lake Superior. She always had a passion for being in the water. When she learned about some of the perils facing our world’s Ocean in her teenage years, she decided to become a marine biologist. She moved from Ontario to Nova Scotia to undertake a degree in Marine Biology at Dalhousie...


Parks Canada Youth Ambassadors | Showcasing Canada’s Wildest Places!

Dec 6, 2021 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join in for this special bonus Parks Canada program where we'll be chatting with 2021's Parks Canada Youth Ambassadors who work to inspire Canadian youth from all backgrounds to discover the rich and diverse natural and cultural heritage of Canada! Come learn about their awesome jobs and get inspired to get outdoors, learn more and share your enthusiasm for Canada's wildest places too!

...


Expedition BARBA Arctic Sense

Dec 7, 2021 (09:00 - 09:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

From June 1st to October 5h, the S.V. Barba sailed 6000 nautical miles (10 000 km) from Stavanger, Norway to the pack ice around the North Pole and back, stopping in London on the way. The purpose of the expedition was to explore the polar Atlantic ecosystem, assess its current health and highlight its vulnerability to climate change and pollution.

Join in as we connect with Captain...


Toucan Rescue Ranch

Dec 7, 2021 (12:00 - 12:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us live from the Toucan Rescue Ranch in Costa Rica!!! We'll learn all about the two and three fingered sloths and meet some of the incredible animals they're rehabilitating. At TRR they have focused on care, rehabilitation, and release of national wildlife since 2004. TRR provides sanctuary while giving treatment, rehabilitation, and when possible, release to their natural environment....


City of London Green City Briefings – City of London Report on Climate Action

Dec 7, 2021 (13:00 - 14:00)

Hosted by: AIPH

AIPH, in collaboration with the Worshipful Company of Gardeners, presents the City of London Green City Briefings – a series of 8 webinars that present compelling evidence and examples of the power of ‘living green’ in delivering multiple solutions to city challenges.


Thandiwe Mweetwa | Protecting Lions in Zambia

Dec 8, 2021 (09:00 - 09:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Thandiwe is a Zambian wildlife biologist and conservation educator working to protect large carnivores in her home country with the nonprofit organization Zambian Carnivore Programme. As a believer and supporter of community-based conservation, she is also dedicated to exploring effective ways of integrating local communities in wildlife conservation through environmental awareness programs,...


Deep Dive: Re-Energy

Dec 8, 2021 (12:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Green Learning

Get a full look into GreenLearning's program, Re-Energy. In this lunch & learn style session we'll take a look at the lessons, activities and digital tools from this award-winning program designed for grades 4-12. Plan your entire unit over lunch and engage your students in meaningful climate action with this free, curriculum connected program.


How Can We Better Protect and Promote Human Rights in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework? | High-Level Panel

Dec 8, 2021 (14:00 - 15:30) - (GMT +1:00)

Hosted by: Global Youth Biodiversity Network

This high-level event, co-convened by Forest Peoples Programme, Swedbio, the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB), the Global Youth Biodiversity Network (GYBN), IUCN, Women 4 Biodiversity, and the Geneva Environment Network aims at drawing attention to the importance of human rights in the Global Biodiversity Framework prior to the final face-to-face negotiations of the...


Teaching through the SDG's: Resources and Strategies for Secondary Teachers

Dec 8, 2021 (19:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Learning for Sustainable Futures

Join facilitator Michele Martin as she discusses how to incorporate the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and sustainability education into your secondary classroom!


Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in Environmental Education Webinar

Dec 9, 2021 (10:30 - 12) - (GMT -7:00) Mountain Time

Hosted by: Alberta Council for Environmental Education

As we continue to work toward reconciliation, we all can take steps to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into our programming. During this webinar, you will gain a better understanding for incorporating Indigenous connections in your environmental education programs from guest speakers(s), resources and sharing the work that each of us has begun. We’d like to know your most pressing needs...


Incorporating Indigenous Perspectives in Environmental Education Webinar

Dec 9, 2021 (10:30 - 12:00) - (GMT -7:00) Mountain Time

Hosted by: Alberta Council for Environmental Education

As we continue to work toward reconciliation, we all can take steps to incorporate Indigenous perspectives into our programming. During this webinar, you will gain a better understanding for incorporating Indigenous connections in your environmental education programs from guest speakers(s), resources and sharing the work that each of us has begun.  We’d like to know your most pressing...


BioTrade Congress VI: Trade and biodiversity for a positive future

Dec 9, 2021 (12:00 - 15:00) - (GMT +1:00)

Hosted by: UN Conference on Trade and Development

The biannual BioTrade Congress brings together BioTrade partners as well as specialists and experts on various issues surrounding trade and biodiversity. The congress will explore the linkages of sustainable trade in enhancing nature’s contribution to people and contribute to ongoing processes such as the 


Launch of the World Network of Mountain Biosphere Reserves

Dec 9, 2021 (14:00 - 16:00) - (GMT +1:00)

Hosted by: UNESCO

Our Programme and the Mountain Research Initiative are pleased to invite you to participate in the launch of the World Network...


Outdoor Learning Winter Gathering for Educators

Dec 9, 2021 (16) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

Join our Canadian Outdoor Learning Partners to learn, share and connect around all things related to outdoor learning. There will be opportunities to hear from partners and breakout into groups and discuss key things on your mind. Whether your a seasoned outdoor learning educator, or an...


Tools, Resources & Strategies for Engaging Youth in Environmental Action

Dec 9, 2021 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

Join Jade and Serena to discover new tools, resources and strategies for engaging youth in environmental action.

With 15+ years experiences teaching in, communicating about and connecting people to the environment, Serena and Jade will highlight their best practices and share their strategies for engaging youth.

You will leave with some ideas, inspiration, access to resources...


Virtual Campfire Connections: Circling up with Educators from Coast to Coast to Coast

Dec 9, 2021 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

Join our Canadian Outdoor Learning Partners to learn, share and connect around all things related to outdoor learning. There will be opportunities to hear from partners and breakout into groups and discuss key things on your mind. Whether your a seasoned outdoor learning educator, or an...


Toucan Rescue Ranch

Dec 13, 2021 (10:00 - 10:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us live from the Toucan Rescue Ranch in Costa Rica!!! We'll learn all about the two and three fingered sloths and meet some of the incredible animals they're rehabilitating. At TRR they have focused on care, rehabilitation, and release of national wildlife since 2004. TRR provides sanctuary while giving treatment, rehabilitation, and when possible, release to their natural environment....


A Walk in the Park with Gil - Trees and Parks, Research and Tech: Creating Greener Cities for All.

Dec 14, 2021

Hosted by: 8 80 Cities

Guests: Dr. Cecil Konijnendijk, Director, Nature Based Solutions Institute & Program Director, Master of Urban Forestry Leadership, UBC.Dr. Nadina Galle, Founder, Internet of Nature. Forbes '30 under 30'.


Prêt pour l'hiver

Dec 14, 2021 (9:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Parcs Canada

Avant de vous aventurer au froid, assurez-vous de vous habiller convenablement !

Notre équipe d’initiation au camping vous explique comment bien vous préparer avant de pratiquer vos activités hivernales favorites!


Plantes en médicine traditionnelle (Secondaire)

Dec 15, 2021 (10:30) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Parcs Canada

Je suis en forêt. J’ai un mal de dents atroce. Aucune pharmacie en vue. Qu’est-ce que j’utilise?

Mère nature est la meilleure pharmacie qui existe.

La médecine naturelle et traditionnelle peut soulager beaucoup de maux en autant de savoir quoi utiliser.

Maux de dents et de ventre et piqûres de moustiques peuvent être soulagés en mâchant certaines feuilles ou de la...


Youth in Action: Using Community Science to #MonitorWater

Dec 15, 2021 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: EarthEcho International

Join Scientist in Every Florida School and EarthEcho International for a conversation with scientist Audrey Goeckner, led by EarthEcho International Water Challenge Ambassador, Faith Blackall. In this presentation, we will dive into the importance of monitoring your local bodies of water and how your classroom can easily implement this activity on a regular basis. We'll also have the...


Exploring Seamounts Live from EV Nautilus

Dec 15, 2021 (13:30 - 14:15) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Dive into the Chautauqua Seamount chain, south of Hawaii, and explore the deep-sea live with the Nautilus team as they use ROVs to explore and take samples! Over the course of 16 days, the team will generate high-quality seafloor maps and conduct ROV dives and collect geological samples for later geochemical analysis. The Chautauqua seamounts offer important marine habitats that protect...


A Walk in the Park with Gil - with Jan Gehl

Jan 11, 2022

Hosted by: 8 80 Cities

Jan Gehl, author of Life Between Buildings: Using Public Space, and Cities for People, and many other books. Danish architect, world renowned visionary, advisor, creator of cities centered in all people. Equity. Sustainability


Paddling the Mighty Athabasca River

Jan 12, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Empowering Student Action with the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Jan 19, 2022 (19:30 - 20) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Green Teacher

Do you want to empower your students to see themselves as changemakers who can find solutions to problems in their lives and communities? Join us for an interactive webinar and discover how to use the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to spark student-led action in your class. Through a series of collaborative and reflective activities, you will discover how students can engage...


Empowering Student Action with the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Jan 19, 2022 (19:30 - 20:30) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Green Teacher

Do you want to empower your students to see themselves as changemakers who can find solutions to
problems in their lives and communities? Join us for an interactive webinar and discover how to use the
United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals to spark student-led action in your class. Through a
series of collaborative and reflective activities, you will discover how students can...


Resources to Teach and Learn for a Sustainable Future

Jan 20, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

With Green Teacher, GreenLearning Canada and Learning for a Sustainable Future

Learn more about some of the incredible sustainability-focused initiatives and resources available for teachers and learners across Canada. The virtual workshop will offer the opportunity for educators to hear more from our partners at three Canadian non-profit organizations that are leading the way to a more...


Connect with Nearby Nature: Creating Field Guides

Jan 24, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Ecoschools Canada

This is the second of a three-part series of webinars.

The Connect with Nearby Nature action can be connected to Geography, Arts, and First Nation, Inuit and Métis studies. 

Check out the resources below for comprehensive curriculum connections, information, and worksheets to run lessons and activities in nearby nature.

Connect nearby nature activities to the 


Fire: Friend or Foe?

Jan 25, 2022 (13 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Fire: Friend or Foe?

Jan 25, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Singing in Solidarity: Exploring Environmental Inquiry and Justice Through the Arts

Jan 27, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

As more educators turn to the outdoors amid COVID-19, there are compelling reasons for integrating environmental inquiry – a process shaped by students’ questions and interests – into practice. The Indigenous lens on Natural Curiosity provides a starting point for all educators to consider how an awareness of Indigenous perspectives can inform practice over time, as they explore lasting...


World Wetlands Day

Feb 2, 2022

Hosted by: Ramsar

World Wetlands Day is celebrated each year on 2 February to raise awareness about wetlands. This day also marks the anniversary of the Convention on Wetlands, which was adopted as an international treaty in 1971.

2 February 2022 is the first year that World Wetlands Day will be observed as a United Nations international day, following its adoption by the General Assembly on 30...


INTRODUCTORY STORYTELLING WORKSHOP - FEBRUARY

Feb 7, 2022 (17:00 - 18:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: The Story Collider

Join us for our storytelling workshop, now completely redesigned for our socially-distant lives. This introduction to science storytelling is fun, fast, and very hands-on. You’ll join us for a total of six 1-hour sessions, MWF from 5:00-6:00 pm ET, running from February 7th through February 18th. With optional afterhours sessions after each class in order to delve deeper into...


Connecting the Dots: Key Strategies that Transform Learning for Environmental Education, Citizenship and Sustainability

Feb 10, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

With Learning for a Sustainable Future

This workshop will give educators an overview of the resource, Connecting the Dots, which supports teachers in linking transformative teaching practices to environmental education. We will explore why the seven core strategies are...


Our Ocean Conference

Feb 16, 2022 - Ngerulmud

Hosted by: Our Ocean Conference

The ocean gives us life. We rely on it for food, livelihoods, climate resilience and recreation. Ensuring the longevity of our planet’s life force requires decisive and collective action.

Our Ocean will focus on six Areas of Action, convening partners from across the globe to identify solutions to manage marine resources, increase the ocean’s resilience to climate change and safeguard...


Artifacts in the Ashes

Feb 16, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Not Extinct: Keeping the Sinixt Way

Feb 24, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

With Sinixt Storytellers and Knowledge-keepers Marilyn James and Taress Alexis Sinixt Storytellers and Knowledge-keepers Marilyn James and Taress Alexis will share some of the story behind the new edition of their educational resource, Not Extinct: Keeping the Sinixt Way. Through lively story and discussions by the authors, each chapter of this beautiful resource illuminates the Sinixt...


Africa Protected Areas Congress

Mar 7, 2022 - Kigali

Hosted by: IUCN

The IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress (APAC) is the first ever continent-wide gathering of African leaders, citizens, and interest groups to discuss the role of protected areas in conserving nature, safeguarding Africa’s iconic wildlife, delivering vital life-supporting ecosystem services, promoting sustainable development while conserving Africa’s cultural heritage and traditions.

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Water Education Resources: Flowing from Lakes and Rivers to the Sea…

Mar 10, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -8:00) Pacific Time

Hosted by: Outdoor Learning Store

With Water Rangers, Project WET and Ocean Wise

Join our partners at three leading Canadian water education organizations that provide support and resources for educators and learners. Water Rangers, Project WET and Ocean Wise will provide insights and ideas for better engaging your learners in water education projects and initiatives.

We will have the opportunity to share more...


11th World Environmental Education Congress

Mar 14, 2022 - Prague

Hosted by: World Environment Education Congress

WEEC is an opportunity to learn more about the latest in environmental and sustainability education, to discuss with people from all over the world, to share your own work and to learn from others.

The congress is a real international meeting point for everyone who has an interest or is working with education for environment and sustainable development...


World Water Forum

Mar 16, 2022 - Dakar

Hosted by: The International Secretariat for Water and the World Youth Parliament for Water

For this 5th edition, the International Secretariat for Water (ISW) – which is at the origin of the Youth Parliaments for Water – and the WYPW decided to present a new and innovative format to maximize the potential impact of the event and youth engagement while ensuring the health and safety of all participants. The General Assembly has been designed in a bimodal program combining an online...


SEMINAR - FACILITATING STORYTELLING

Mar 21, 2022 (16:00 - 17:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: The Story Collider

How do we take the lessons learned from storytelling and flip them around so that we can be a better audience for stories? In this course we will learn to listen for stories in other peoples’ lives, by telling our own and hearing what other people hear from us. This is a great course for those who want to teach storytelling in their classroom OR start their own podcast with others’...


Leave it Wild: How to be ParksSmart

Mar 22, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


INTRODUCTORY STORYTELLING WORKSHOP - APRIL

Apr 4, 2022 (12:00 - 13:00)

Hosted by: The Story Collider

Join us for our storytelling workshop, now completely redesigned for our socially-distant lives. This introduction to science storytelling is fun, fast, and very hands-on. You’ll join us for a total of six 1-hour sessions, MWF from 12:00-1:00 pm ET, running from April 4th through April 15th. With optional afterhours sessions after each class in order to delve deeper into...


Connect with Nearby Nature: Creating Maps and Signage

Apr 19, 2022 (16:00) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Ecoschools Canada

This is the third of a three-part series.

The Connect with Nearby Nature action can be connected to Geography, Arts, and First Nation, Inuit and Métis studies. 

Check out the resources below for comprehensive curriculum connections, information, and worksheets to run lessons and activities in nearby nature.

Connect nearby nature activities to the 


Bison: Back in Time

Apr 27, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Fourth ICES PICES Early Career Scientist Conference

May 9, 2022 - St. John's

Hosted by: Department of Fisheries Canada

To encourage greater involvement of young scientists in international scientific investigations and to foster their role in the management and stewardship of the marine environment, the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) and the North Pacific Marine Science...


Keeping Park Waters Healthy

May 10, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


Friends of the Fish: Helping At-Risk Trout in Banff National Park

May 18, 2022 (13:00 - 13:45) - (GMT -5:00) Eastern Time

Hosted by: Exploring By The Seat of Your Pants

Join us for exciting virtual education programs, live from Jasper, Waterton Lakes, Banff, Kootenay, Glacier and Yoho national parks. Each program shares a unique story and will give you a look behind the scenes at these amazing places with Parks Canada experts. These fun and interactive presentations explore a variety of topics including wildlife conservation, archaeological history,...


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