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Project Wild and Below Zero Training- April 2nd, 2015
Manitoba Nature Summit’s own Maddi Kettner in partnership with Canada Wildlife Federation and Fort Whyte Alive will be facilitating a day long training for Project Wild and Below Zero. Looking for fresh ways to bring environmental education into your teaching?
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Resource Fair 2014
Call Out for Resource Fair Participants If you have a small business that sells Nature/Play related products, if you are part of a non-profit that does work that promotes outdoor education for children or you have a poster presentation that … Continue reading
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Workshops- The Outdoor Classroom
Workshop description: See how your ‘classroom’ moves with you as you explore outside! We believe each student (and educator) has the right to regular outdoor education, across the curriculum. This workshop is if those who regularly teach indoors, such as … Continue reading
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