An important aspect of our organization is education. To educate people who visit our beautiful national park, and to foster a sense of stewardship with our children, who have the privilege to live in this special place.
Browse below to learn about the educational opportunities offered by The Friends of Banff National Park:
Edu-Kits - these kits offer hands-on environmental learning opportunities;
Vermilion Lakes Walk - this easy walk interprets the importance of wetland habitats, wildlife corridors, forest fires and wildlife that are found in Banff National Park;
Naturalist in Residence - Oikos Program and the new Oikos Junior High Science Program, where children of the Banff Elementary School and Banff Community High School are immersed in a science-based curriculum program that opens their eyes to the natural environment beyond their doorstep;
Spot Interpretation - while you enjoy the shopping on Banff Avenue, look for our interpreters at the park next to The Bear and The Butterfly;
Discovery Packs - come and rent one of our Discovery Packs to complement your walk around the park;
Junior Naturalist Program - sign your children up for one of our guided Junior Naturalist walks;
Canadian Rockies GPS Tour Guide - listen to our GPS Tour of the Canadian Rockies as you tour the roads in Banff, Kootenay and Yoho National Parks;
Historical Walking Tour - stroll down Banff's memory lane with a pocket size tour guide that goes at your pace. Learn about Banff's history and heritage buildings through our Cultural Heritage's blog.