Monarch Nation Species At Risk – Free Programs for K-8

Species are in trouble and need our help!

Participate in an engaging interactive distance learning program with your K-8 students to discover more about these animals and their needs, and explore how we can help species at risk.

Overview of the Program

Monarch Nation is a national program that engages and educates children ages 6-12 about species at risk and empowers them to take action on behalf of wildlife in Canada. Through a network of partner organizations across the country, Monarch Nation delivers local, grassroots programming designed to get kids involved in real, hands-on conservation work — from habitat restoration to citizen science.

Once again Royal Botanical Gardens is a Monarch Nation partner offering 50 FREE programs to K-8 classes interested in learning more about species at risk.

Geographic regions where programs will be offered:

  • British Columbia
  • Alberta
  • Northern Ontario (classes in southwestern Ontario are not eligible)
  • Prince Edward Island
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland
  • Yukon
  • Nunavut
  • Northwest Territories

Number of Available Programs in 2019-2020:

July, August, September: 15 programs available
October, November, December: 15 programs available
January, February, March: 15 programs available
April, May, June: 5 programs (or more if programs from previous months were not booked)

Total Programs: 50

Register Now!

Visit Monarch Nation at Royal Botanical Gardens to register your class for a FREE program!

Program registration for 2019-2020 is on a first come first serve basis so book early!

Social Media Details

Hashhtag: #MonarchNationCanada
Handles: @MTNofC AND @trca_edu

Questions?

Please contact Royal Botanical Gardens with any questions you have about this program.

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