School Field Trips
We at the Burns Bog Conservation Society believe one of the most powerful ways to make a difference is through education. Our goal is to inspire students to understand, value, respect, and appreciate the environment.
Connect your students to Nature!
Join us on an interpretive nature walk through one of the world’s most ecologically unique ecosystems. School tours address grade specific Core Competencies and include:
- Plants and Animals
- Habitats and Ecosystems
- Biodiversity and Species at Risk
- Natural History and First Nations
- Threats and Stewardship
All tours can be customized to meet a group’s specific needs
“We are so pleased with the topics you covered. Carson has enjoyed the program so much that he came home and taught us new things.” – Jodyne Keller, Parent
Duration: 2.5 hours
Distance: 3 km
Ages/Grade: Suitable and adapted for all ages (K-Gr.12)
Cost: $150/class (max 30 students)
Available in English and French!
“They loved seeing the different habitats for the different animals from the bunny holes to the beaver lodge, to the fox hole to the bear cave.”
– Grade 2 teacher
” The group enjoyed most “being able to see what a bog looked like”
– Grade 4 teacher
” They liked being outdoors and learning about the unique bog system.”
- Grade 7 teacher