Outdoor classrooms unlock the wonders of wetlands

Outdoor classrooms unlock the wonders of wetlands

School field trips connect Alberta youngsters to nature.

For the birds…and the kids

For the birds…and the kids

DUC announces Cargill as its new national education sponsor

Students take action against climate change

Students take action against climate change

A new competition through DUC’s Wetland Centres of Excellence program challenges students to create sustainability projects for their schools and communities.

Taking a chance on technology in the classroom

Taking a chance on technology in the classroom

Students at Fredericton High School take collecting water samples to new heights

Learning to hunt

Learning to hunt

Mentored hunt program focuses on skills, respect and understanding

Out of the classroom, into the Manitoba marsh

Out of the classroom, into the Manitoba marsh

Lizard Lake wetland enhancement offers greater wetland education and conservation opportunities

Educating young conservationists

Educating young conservationists

The Ducks Unlimited Greenwing program helped shape a flock of conservationists in Canada. That flock has taken wing and education staff are now connecting with youth in new ways.

What happens when your classroom is a wetland?

What happens when your classroom is a wetland?

Rivers Collegiate Wetland Learning Centre of Excellence offers students an engaging and transformative experience

Parks and education

Parks and education

Teaming up to transform the Shubenacadie Wildlife Park into a premier destination for outdoor learning

Out of the concrete jungle and into nature

Out of the concrete jungle and into nature

Hands-on learning in Toronto’s natural oasis connects urban students with wetlands and environmental stewardship

Summer camp for tomorrow’s waterfowlers

Summer camp for tomorrow’s waterfowlers

Weekend youth getaway combines waterfowling education with good old-fashioned summer fun

Learning in the rain

Learning in the rain

Students share their experiences from a wet and wild field trip near Weyburn, Sask.