This year we made a food feast with local ingredients and visited Kootenay Meadows to understand the cheese making and dairy farming. The feast and field trip were a wonderful way to celebrate everything we have been doing this year and to support learning about local food!
Author: Melissa Flint
What would it be like if we had more renewable energy in our communities? Cleaner forms of transportation? Access to fresh and local food? Zero waste? Conservation and protection of local water resources?
Canyon Lister Elementary School is doing a number of interesting projects to reduce the amount of waste at their school! They are doing a school wide compost, litter free lunches and investigating the litter that ends up on the school grounds.
At Canyon Lister Elementary School we have be exploring how electricity is made. We use it all the time in our day to day life but don’t often think about the energy and infrastructure behind our electricity.
The grade 5/6 at Adam Robertson Elementary School became architects, planners and designers of Cities of the Future.
This week with Mrs. Walker’s 5/6 class at Adam Robertson Elementary School, we explored resource management with a game. We had six villages that each had to manage the fish populations in their lakes, feed their villages, buy supplies and sell fish to support the economy of their village. Each village had different strategies to … Continued
Last week Mrs. Walker’s Grade 5/6 class took a trip to the Creston Landfill. We looked at where the materials are recycled, how waste is separated into categories like metal, yard waste, woody materials and garbage.