We have the following presentations available for booking until March 31st, 2020. If your school would like to book free classroom presentations, please fill out the following form, or contact us at (204) 925-3777 ext 107. Please note that there is a limit of three classroom presentations per school to enable as many schools as possible to benefit from this opportunity.

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“We are so thankful that these presentations can be offered free of charge, especially since we are on such tight budgets in schools! I think it’s really important for the students to learn about these critical topics, and I love that you are able to bring the presentations to us!  Thank you for the great experience for our kids!”

If you teach in a public or private school in or around Winnipeg, your classroom is eligible for one of our free air quality presentations on waste reduction or sustainable transportation.


1) Transportation & Air Quality – What’s Hiding in our Air?

60-minute presentation for Grades 1-6 with an outdoor component. Using high-tech tools that measure air quality around your school, this presentation will engage students in discussions on ways to improve air quality with more emissions-free travel, including cycling and walking.

“Wow! We need to stop running cars!”- Grade 5/6 Class
“My students enjoyed going outside to test the air quality. They were very interested in the world map that showed the quality of air quality in various countries.”


2) The Food Cycle & Air Quality: Eating Our Way to Brighter Skies 

Explores the relationship between air quality and composting, inspiring students to find realistic ways that they can minimize food waste. A 45-minute presentation offered in Grades 1-6 classrooms, this presentation uses an interactive poster to foster critical thinking about our food cycle. *Please note that this presentation can be adapted for older grades.*

“I loved the interactive poster, so did the children!”
“It’s relevant to the curriculum as well as the ‘life choices’ we are teaching children.”