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  1. Recordings will be uploaded to SCHED by Sunday at midnight. (Sorry for the delay. It’s taking more time to edit the session recordings than anticipated.) 
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  • Complete the annual post-convention survey - This survey closes on March 11 at 11:59 pm.


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Back To Schedule
Friday, February 25 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Why Grasslands Can and Will Save the World!

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Alberta's grasslands provide gifts of vast biodiversity, rich cultural heritage and essential ecosystem services. Yet, less than 2% of this amazing natural region is protected. What gives??? And why should you and your students care? Join CPAWS to unearth how relationships lie at the heart of why grasslands matter now and forever...

CPAWS invites you into the heart of our prairie home to learn how our acclaimed Why Grasslands? program engages all eight of Alberta's core competencies. You will fully experience how your students will:

  • study Indigenous connections to the grasslands
  • discover the interrelationships of grassland organisms
  • learn about grassland ecological processes
  • apply new knowledge to protect the environment

Discover for yourself how grasslands CAN and WILL save the world!


Speakers
avatar for Sabrina Ryans

Sabrina Ryans

Environmental Educator, CPAWS Southern AB
Sabrina is passionate about helping youth and adults get outside and connect with their local landscape. She considers herself very lucky to have been able to build a career doing exactly that. Sabrina has a Bachelor of Applied Ecotourism and Outdoor Leadership and holds certifications... Read More →

Hosts

Friday February 25, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Zoom Recording