Due to the closure of schools in Saskatchewan, Meewasin educative programming will be discontinued until further notice.
Please visit our Activities to do at Home section for at-home learning resources!
Meewasin delivers educational programs to schools across Saskatoon and groups across Saskatchewan with a focus on invasive species, the importance of connections in ecosystems and biodiversity as a determinant of ecosystem health.
Meewasin educates students about the benefits of natural areas for humans, how wetlands filter our freshwater, and the amazing amount of biodiversity in the area. Students get a chance to visit the Meewasin Northeast Swale, or one of the many natural areas Saskatoon has to offer, and explore the site through interpretive hikes and citizen science projects.
Meewasin offers 3 types of formalized programs, which are: Grade 5 program at Beaver Creek, Grade 3 program at the Northeast Swale and the Grade 2 program at the Saskatoon Natural Grasslands. Please see instructions at each location heading below on how to book these programs.
If you are looking to book a general program, including field trip or a in-class program please fill out this form. You can find more information about the options under the Field Trip and In-class Program heading.