The Atlantic Teachers’ Tour Partnership continues its goal to provide teachers and educators with a multitude of educational resources that the forest sector has available and help teachers meet required curriculum outcomes in their classrooms. These online resources will enhance the impact of the in-person Atlantic Teachers’ Tours.
Science East is much more than just a science centre, it is the most active public science and technology educational organization in New Brunswick. Science East is a registered charity that works both inside and outside of the school system to reach students, teachers, families, businesses and communities in every region of the province providing quality, inquiry-based learning for students, meaningful and engaging workshops for teachers and professionals, as well as fun and educational activities for the public. Science East’s mission is to inspire and inform through hands-on science experiences. Learn more information on camps (ages 4-14), science competitions, school programs and public events.
The Canadian Woodlands Forum (CWF) is the only ‘grass-roots’ forest industry organization providing a network for forestry contractors, forest product companies, suppliers and ‘on-the-ground’ forestry personnel.
Our MISSION is to improve the efficiency and profitability of woodlands operations, through an ongoing commitment to fostering communication, providing a means to exchange knowledge of best practices and technology and innovations, and promoting the interests of woodlands professionals and contractors in order to sustain a robust, safe and environmentally responsible wood fiber supply chain. Visit Website
Established in NB in 2001, schools and community groups can register a team of five students to participate in the Provincial environmental education competition in May. Virtual workshops, engaging activities and field specialists are available to help teams gain knowledge of forestry, wildlife, aquatic ecology, soils and land use, and current environmental issues. Visit Website
Nova Scotia is proud to be the first Canadian Envirothon team to participate in what is now the International NCF-Envirothon. High School students gain an understanding in forest ecology and natural resources.
The Maritime College of Forest Technology (MCFT) specializes in natural resource education and has been graduating knowledgeable, skilled, and capable forest technicians for over 70 years. MCFT devotes 100% of their time to learning and working with students and faculty who are passionate about the outdoors and who want to make a difference in the natural resource sector. MCFT instills within their graduates a land ethic that will guide them in their interactions with clients, employers, colleagues, and the environment in which they work.
Summer Ranger Camp – Ages 8-12. Each Camp week is designed to learn about nature from forests to fish, wildlife and natural resource management.
From Nova Scotia Education Centre
(recommended grades K-8)