FortWhyte Alive


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FortWhyte Alive is a private, not-for-profit which is dedicated to providing programming, natural settings, and facilities for environmental education, outdoor recreation, and social enterprise. FortWhyte promotes awareness and understanding of the natural world and actions leading to sustainable living.
FortWhyte Alive is located on Treaty 1 Territory, on the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe, Ininew (Cree), Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota peoples, as well as the National Homeland of the Red River Métis.

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FortWhyte Alive offers environmental education programming for K-12 students, in the form of onsite field trips throughout the school year, and a Forest School program for pre-school children. We offer custom programming in schoolyards, and professional development sessions and resources for educators to build confidence in teaching outdoors.
FortWhyte Alive has expanded our school program offerings to include programming at our facility, as well as outreach programs in schoolyards to aid connections to place-based learning. We also offer professional development for educators. We have a focus on new climate change education programs, and integrating Indigenous perspectives into all of our programs.
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