Manitoba Nature Education Program
In light of the current situation around the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the Nature Conservancy of Canada is postponing all education programming indefinitely. Watch this space for more information.
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The Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC's) Manitoba Region is proud to offer programs that are:
- Unique nature-based interactive programs;
- Available year-round across southern Manitoba; and
- Linked to Manitoba science and social studies curriculum.
Programs may be tailored to meet the needs of individual classes and students. While in-school programs are free of charge, groups are responsible for their own transportation if they wish to participate in field-trip options.
NCC staff would love to visit your classroom to present on a variety of topics. We also love to pair our classroom presentations with a hand’s-on, nature-based activity!
Elementary school special topics:
- Manitoba’s butterflies
- Bird buddies
Middle and high school special topics:
- Invasive species
- Species at risk
Topics for all ages:
- Build your own nature trails
- Winter weather survivors
- Animal adaptations
- Healthy habitats
Take a walk with NCC staff to learn about biodiversity and nature conservation on a nearby nature trail, green space or your own schoolyard.
Possible themes include:
- Nature in your neighbourhood
- Nature studies at The Forks (Winnipeg)
- Field trip to Tall Grass Prairie Preserve
Looking for a presentation on a specific theme or activity? Get in touch with us to find out about custom programs.
Program information and bookings
Thank you to our donors
Support for NCC's Manitoba Nature Education Program has been provided by the Conservation Trust, a Manitoba Climate and Green Plan Initiative delivered by the Manitoba Habitat Heritage Corporation; the TD Friends of the Environment Foundation; and the Weston Family Foundation's LEAF program. We thank all of the above organizations for their support of nature education in Manitoba.