Youth & School Programs
Looking to get your children or students involved in learning about the Kennebecasis watershed?
You've come to the right place!
We offer a variety of programs for children and youth of all ages that are fun, hands-on and model how to be good stewards of our natural resources and places. Click on the images below to learn more!
K-12 School Programs
We love coming to visit our local schools!
If you are a teacher who is looking to have us come in to do a presentation or hands-on activity to reinforce the learning of your curriculum, we are here to help!
Our presentations tend to focus on watersheds, waterways, and wetlands and how to look after them through our restoration, monitoring and storm water awareness activities, but we can customize presentations to fit in with your curriculum goals. Please give us a call to discuss how we can help you.
If you are looking for resources to use on your own, please check out our Habitat in a Box program below.
Grade 4 Students from SCES visited the outdoor classroom and Alphabet Ecology Nature Trail at Tir na nOg forest School as part of their Learning Outside the Box: Taking Core Grade 4 Habitat Curriculum Outside project with the KWRC in 2017-2018
Students at Sussex Middle School helped us harvest willow cuttings for our restoration work in the Spring of 2016.
Habitat in a Box
Are you using the KWRC "Habitat in a Box" program? If so you are familiar with our materials and information and are looking for the links to the on-line information. Look no further because you have found it. By clicking on the appropriately titled photo below you can access your additional on-line files. Now run with it!
If you are wondering what this program is about please feel free to contact us and see what you are missing out on.
This educational program is sponsored in part by Nutrien and thanks to them we can provide good wood materials for our duck and bird box building events.
Our Habitat in a Box programs are sponsored in part by
Early Learning Centres
We love learning about our watershed with early learners!
We have developed an Alphabet Ecology Nature Trail and a willow hut with two of our local childcare centres and have taken preschoolers fishing, explored aquatic insects and built bird boxes with support of early childhood educators.
If you are looking for ways to take your learning outside, let us know!
Above: A preschooler is excited about catching a fish at Tir na nOg Forest School in Roachville
Left: The KWRC helped Preschoolers build a willow hut for their playground at Wonderland Childcare Centre in Norton
Daycamps and Youth Groups
If you host a youth daycamp or are a youth group leader (ie. Scouts, Girl Guides, 4-H group, etc) and are interested in having us visit to do a program with your group, please give us a call!
Exploring wetlands and wildlife with a local 4-H group
Bird box building with a local Scouts group