Resources


At TRACKS Youth program we are continuing to watch the news and have conversations, as the recoveries of the many children continue. At this time we would like to offer links to mental health resources and support. We will be posting the list on our website, Instagram profile, Facebook and Twitter. Please reach out if you need support.

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Audio resources are great way to learn on the go! These episodes touch on a variety of topics related to climate, and highlight Indigenous and Western sciences. There are episodes for older and younger ages.

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We have complied a short list of some excellent episodes and documentaries all related to climate. Topics include global efforts related to climate change, foraging with an Anishinaabe chef, Caribou and climate, weather and climate and much more!

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Online lectures and videos are a great way to engage with science. Topics included in this list cover Indigenous Knowledge and Ocean science, The Thanksgiving Address, Indigenous Climate Action, weather and climate zones etc.

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When you have a hankering to read a good article, look no further! The articles we have included in our list are captivating and educational. Topics include Indigenous wildfire practices, Indigenous Forest Stewardship, Indigenous approaches to Invasive species, Muskeg protection and much more!

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All of the online interactive resources are intended for younger ages and families. Most offer a written print out of instructions along with an activity and video. Topics include Plants, Earth, and Climate change. Most websites listed have many other interactive activities as well.

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The last resource section focuses on taking learning outdoors. Most of the resources are intended for younger ages, but could be adapted for older age groups. No one is too old to connect with the land. The activities include nature journals, constructing a bird feeder, tree identification, building a terrarium and much more!

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