Conservation Education Programs for Schools
Education through Exploration
Whatever the season or age group, Ausable Bayfield Conservation has a program for you!
Download our conservation education program flyers for autumn 2023:
- Full-Day Kindergarten (FDK) and Primary Programs – Ausable Bayfield Conservation – Autumn 2023 – 200 KB (small) PDF file
- Junior Programs – Ausable Bayfield Conservation – Autumn 2023 – 200 KB (small) PDF file
- Intermediate Programs – Ausable Bayfield Conservation – Autumn 2023 – 200 KB (small) PDF file
- Secondary School Programs – Ausable Bayfield Conservation – Autumn 2023 – 200 KB (small) PDF file
- Promote understanding of our local water, soil, and habitat for living things
- Develop character traits and social skills
- Increase enthusiasm for learning
- Encourage physical and emotional well-being
- Foster environmental stewards
- Have strong curriculum links
- Are active and ‘hands-on’
- Are delivered by conservation educators on staff
Individual programs are 1-2 hours in length and can be modified to meet the needs of your group.
Delivered at your school either in your classroom or in your schoolyard or a combination of indoor/outdoor activities. Activities can include a multimedia presentation, games, nature exploration, or investigation of natural specimens.
Experience our watershed in the best way by organizing a field trip to a conservation area in the Ausable Bayfield watershed including Clinton Conservation Area, Morrison Dam Conservation Area or Rock Glen Conservation Area. See our program flyers above for ideas on various program ideas, or contact conservation education staff for more ideas!
Keep a safe distance from creeks and rivers especially during times of fast-moving water.
In our River Safety program for schools, students learn about making good decisions around water so they can be safe during any season.
The river safety program is delivered to schools at no charge thanks to the support of local municipalities.
The program (delivered to schools virtually in 2022) teaches about safe practices near rivers and lakes.
Curriculum connections include: Personal Safety; Primary (Seasons); Junior (Habitats); and Intermediate (Water Systems).
For the River Safety program (formerly Spring Water Awareness Program) visit this web page:
If you have questions please contact Denise Iszczuk or Nina Sampson, Ausable Bayfield Conservation Educators via our staff directory.