“Earth and sky, woods and fields, lakes and rivers, the mountain and the sea, are excellent school masters, and teach of us more than we can ever learn from books.”

— John Lubbock

District In-Reach and Satellite Phone

Please contact Russel Roy to access SD71’s district Emergency Communication Devices.

Health and Safety Manager



Orienteering Lessons and compass use — ready to use pintables

The Seventh Principle of Leave No Trace | PMags.comAn opportunity to explore human impact on the outdoors.  If we follow the simple 7 steps to no trace we will continue to be able to enjoy the outdoors in a sustainable way.

What gear do you need to cook in the outdoors? This guide will help you get started on setting up your camp kitc… | Camping cooking gear, Camp kitchen, Camp cookingSome yummy links to healthy outdoor expedition meals.  

Lyme disease - WikipediaLooking at Lyme

A Canadian based resource for educators who teach in the outdoor classroom. Whether you are new to outdoor education or a seasoned wilderness guide, this teaching resource provides information through engaging learning experiences. Students can learn how to identify ticks and tick habitats so that they can avoid tick bites and recognize signs and symptoms of Lyme disease.  Ready to use lessons, accompanying power point, and activities.

Center for Disease Control– How to remove a tick and steps to take afterwards.

How to safely remove a tick