Sierra Club Canada Foundation has been working to develop a network of community leaders protecting the integrity of Prairie ecosystems. Our dedicated volunteers focus on local issues important to their communities and act as proactive advocates for the environment.
Edmonton and Area Wild Child Program
Wild Child programs provide child led, play based learning through repeated exposure to nature helping to foster a lasting relationship with the natural world. We offer three programs: Nature Immersion, Eco-Buddies, and Forest Schools (coming soon). All programs incorporate outdoor free play, exploration and discovery, and nature based activities. Learn more about our programs here.
Conservation and Preservation of Natural Areas
Sierra Club Canada Foundation has been instrumental in advocating for green areas in urban settings for years in Alberta’s capital region. Natural areas we have been involved with include the North Saskatchewan River Valley, Whitemud Creek, Charlesworth tree stand, Big Island and Bigger Island natural areas. Find out more about these conservation projects here.
To get involved in the prairie region, contact Lindsay Boucher, Prairie Chapter Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on our Wild Child programs, contact Paulina Retamales at email@example.com to book your program today.
For local conservation initiatives in the Edmonton region, contact Charlie Richmond at firstname.lastname@example.org.