Grade three and four students at Greenway school spent weeks learning about polar bears and climate change.
How to Survive Yet Another School Closure: Get Outside — The Winter Edition
Here are some winter pandemic parenting survival tips from a twin mom to help get you through another school closure in Manitoba.
Indigenous Youth Connect at 2020-21 Nature Summit
Youth from First Nations in Manitoba learned about environmental stewardship at the Canadian Wilderness Stewardship Program Nature Summit.
How to Survive Yet Another School Lockdown: Get Outside
Here are some pandemic parenting survival tips from a twin mom to help get you through another school lockdown in Manitoba.
How We Can Connect Children and Teens to Nature
In her role as Environmental Educator for CPAWS Manitoba, Avery Kash combines her love for education and nature.
Indigenous Youth Learn Stewardship Skills with Support of CPAWS Manitoba
The Canadian Wilderness Stewardship Program brings together youth participants from three Indigenous communities in Manitoba.
CPAWS Manitoba Launches Outdoor Learning Program
The CPAWS Manitoba Outdoor Learning Program is aimed at educators and families interested in environmental topics and learning outdoors.
CPAWS Manitoba adventures with Cree nation youth at colour-changing lake
Fifteen high school students as well as community members and educators from Mosakahiken Cree Nation are with CPAWS Manitoba and Twin River Travel this week at Little Limestone Lake; the world’s largest and most dramatic colour-changing marl lake. In 2011, after many years of CPAWS working together with Mosakahiken, the lake and its surrounding landscape was protected from industrial developments as a provincial park but now neglect and visitor misconduct are posing a challenge to the lake.