Get in on a fantastic science experience this year by registering a group of students for a station-based, hands-on learning day led by experts in areas important to our environment such as clean water, healthy soil and climate change. Students will be able to try out scientific equipment and get informed and inspired towards careers in environmental science, biology and more.
Climate Change Research on Ice: Experience the Arctic at FortWhyte Alive
Join in our outdoor ice camp where real Arctic scientists will demonstrate what they do in their field research, and let you try it too! Find out what they are discovering about how the Arctic is responding to global climate change.
Thursday, March 8
9:30AM - 3:30PM
Full Day Program: Grades 10-12, space limited to 5 students per school
Half Day Program: Grades 7-9, booking up to 50 students per school
Stations Include: Arctic Archaeology - Ice Cores - Contaminants - Arctic Biota - Weather Monitoring - Remote Sensing
Registration Deadline: February 16th, 2017
Contact Katrina Froese, Education Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 204-989-8355 x 203
Arctic Science Day is made possible through partnership with Schools on Board and ArcticNet, with supporting scientists from the University of Manitoba and Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada.