The LSFES a non-profit organization committed to “forest focused environmental education”.
We offer curriculum related programs through hands-on field-trips and classroom presentations to schools and community groups.
See what we’ve been up to this winter with our newsletter!
Our latest program is an online mystery, created for students grade 6 and up. You can access all of the files and try to solve the mystery by going to this page on our website-Melvin the Moose Murder Mystery
The Lesser Slave Forest Education Society and our education partners the Lesser Slave Watershed Council and the Boreal Centre for Bird Conservation are happy to present a poster contest to celebrate Canada Water Week. See our poster for more details on how to participate.
Curriculum Based Programs
The LSFES offers a number of curriculum-based education programs through interactive fieldtrips and classroom presentations to schools and community groups. We also create programs specifically for teacher workshops or your individual class needs.
Opportunity for Additional Student Funding- The Lesser Slave Forest Education Society is also a partner with the Bursary Partnership fund of the Northern Alberta Development Council (NADC). As such, students may be eligible to receive matching funds under the NADC.
Community Focused Programs
The Lesser Slave Forest Education Society (LSFES) offers a wide range of Community Focused programs. Throughout the year, the LSFES works to educate the public about the forest, forestry and other natural resources by providing workshops, summer day camps and more.