School Programs

These curriculum-based school programs provide students and teachers with hands-on opportunities to learn about Alberta’s natural resources through inquiry and exploration.

Important Changes for 2018-2019:

The Sam Livingston Fish Hatchery is closed to the public during the 2018-2019 school year. The hatchery is currently undergoing major renovations to its water treatment system to reduce water consumption, reduce energy use and protect against current & future diseases.

Programs that have entered the Fish Hatchery in previous years have been adapted to provide alternative learning experiences that support existing programs and Alberta Education’s Program of Study.

Book a School Program!

Bookings for September, May, and June are at capacity. Certain dates are still available October – April. Call early to avoid disappointment.

Bookings are subject to availability and booked on a first-call, first-served basis.

Bow Habitat Station reserves the right to change or cancel certain program activities where extraordinary circumstances warrant, due to weather or other unforeseen business interruption.

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Kindergarten – Grade 6+: Build Your Own Adventure activities

A young girl looking at an animal skull that a Bow Habitat Station programmer is holding.

Check out our Build Your Own Adventure Brochure to customize your learning experience! Select from a variety of activities for K-6+ students to enhance your science and social-based learning about Alberta’s air, land, water and biodiversity.

Updated: Sep 4, 2018