See what students in the Bow Valley have been up to in this gallery of featured work. Our youth education programs engage students in action projects and mixed media storytelling, encouraging future generations to participate in environmental stewardship.
bear sharing day
Students from Exshaw School and Lawrence Grassi Middle School came together on June 11, 2019 for the day to learn and teach about the ways of the bear. Exshaw students prepared beautiful sculpted, drawn and written work to teach the students from Lawrence Grassi Middle School about the ecological and cultural significance of these creatures. Thank you to the Elders, Knowledge Keepers, teachers, volunteers and sponsors that made this day a huge success!
Elk awareness posters
Grade 2 students from Elizabeth Rummel School learned about the life cycle and ecology of elk as part of Science Odyssey Week 2019. Following an exploration of the Elk EduKit the students brainstormed ways that residents and visitors alike can help to ensure that wildlife remain wild and made posters to share what they learned!
Youth Climate Strike
We were inspired by Canmore Collegiate High School students who took to the streets of Canmore on March 15, 2019 to show their support for climate action. Students engaged with town councillors, fellow students and the public to listen to others’ thoughts and feelings on climate change issues in the Bow Valley. Stay tuned for a student-produced video chronicling their march!
our buffalo story
Students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 at Nakoda Elementary School and Morley Community School in Morley, Alberta share their artwork and some of what Buffalo mean to them. The Biosphere Institute team delivered the Bison EduKit to all classrooms in Morley in November 2018.