Teaching & Training

Classroom & Field Training

Learn about the natural world and how to collect valuable information about the environment using common scientific techniques.

Become an Environmental Monitor

You will learn ecological principles and common survey protocols that are needed as an environmental scientist and monitor.

Build Community
Capacity

Deepen your understanding of the
environment and acquire skills in
western science that can be used
at many environmental jobs.

Flexible Training Programs

We design our training programs
to meet your budget, and logistical
needs. Our programs can be
catered to all ages and learning
levels

Have a Research Question?

Want to put your new skills to test?
We can help you design and carry out
a study to answer your
environmental questions.

Feature Projects

We have over 30 years of experience teaching and training at postsecondary
institutes and for Indigenous groups in Canada
Grizzly Bear Community Monitoring Study (AB, Canada) Swan River First
Nation (current)
Environmental Science Program, University of Calgary, Adjunct Professor,
Sessional Lecturer, Field Trainer, Teaching Assistant 2002-2017
Community Monitoring Study for Moose & Moose Habitat (AB, Canada) Drift
Pile First Nation (2014)
Aboriginal Review Group Caribou Monitoring Program (AB, Canada) Program
Support on behalf of the Aboriginal Review Group for the JACOS
Hangingstone Expansion Project (2013-2014)
University of Saskatchewan (SK, Canada), University of Victoria, (BC,
Canada), University of Alberta (AB, Canada), Sessional Lecturer & Teaching
Assistant (various years from 1988 and 2008)

““Thanks so much for your continuing contributions to ENSC401! I appreciate your
complete involvement in your module: an introductory lecture, 2 days in the field with
the students, and the follow-up lecture … Thanks also for bringing Nina to assist.
The students really liked the module.” Acting Director of the Environmental
Science Program, University of Calgary, Canada.