- Clean Air Heroes
- Climate Change Presentations
- NatureWatch Programs
- Species at Risk in Atlantic Canada workbook
- Species At Risk in Canada
- Wetlands and Biodiversity Posters
- Hinterland Who's Who
- Canadian Forestry Association's Teaching Kit
- The Big Blue Bus
- Project Atmosphere
- Sky Watchers
- Adopt a River
- Freshwater facts for Canada
- Every Drop Counts
- Geocache your watershed
- Explore Water with Holly Heron
- From Mountain to the Sea
- Let's Not Take Water for Granted
- Morphie's Great Water Ride Adventure
- Water and Canada: Preserving a Legacy for People and the Environment
- Water Use Calculator
- Project WET
- Rivers to Oceans Week
- Lesson Plan on Pollution Prevention
Adopt a River
Activities spread out over one year.
Instructions for educators
Materials: Basic science materials, pedagogical guides and documents (photocopies), other
Duration of activity: 28 hours over a school year, with one to two fieldtrips.
Instructions for students
Setting: Indoors and outdoors.
Work involved: Observation, analysis, promotion, solving environmental problems, writing a report.
The teacher must attend a training session and write an annual report. Budget required to purchase materials.
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