Action: Promote Nature Education

Public education can help foster a greater sense of habitat stewardship among town residents. Even interpretive signs can contribute to an increased understanding and appreciation of local wildlife.  There are several well developed education programs that span every season and age group. If you are interested in adding nature education to your next community event email for more information!

Resource: Interpretive Hiking Guides

Hiking is a popular activity in many of our stewardship communities, and no wonder! Our member municipalities have built some of the finest trail systems in the province. Next time you go on a hike, take along one of our guides and learn more about the plants and animals around you. It's easy - just choose the appropriate ecosystem guide, download the PDF, print, and go! 


SAM Forest Ecosystems - PDF


SAM Wetland Ecosystems - PDF


SAM Coastal Ecosystems - PDF UPDATED!

SAM Guide for delivering interpretive hikes - PDF UPDATED!

Resource: SAM Educational Activities

Interested in adding some stewardship activities to your next community event, and not sure where to start? Try out one of our SAM Educational Activities. They are an easy way to get your community thinking about stewardship and conservation.

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