Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Areas Stories - Historic Places Days

Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Areas Stories

Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Area
Type
Tour
Address
Richard St. Barbe Baker Afforestation Area, Township Rd 362, Saskatoon, SK, Canada
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When
7 May, 2022 | Arrange for times

Tour with curriculum booklet series for youth groups, classrooms, green groups, etc.

The inspirational story of Richard St. Barbe Baker, aka the “Man of the Trees,” can help children and youth aspire to be these champions. The new heritage documentary The Legacy of Saskatoon’s Secret Forest” tells the story of his remarkable life and achievements. The prequel film “Richard St. Barbe Baker Park” tells how the heritage documentary came to be. Film available on YouTube or SaskTel max on Demand channels 46 and 346. From roots in Saskatoon he went on to inspire tree planting and forest protection around the world.  The International Tree Foundation, which he founded in 1922, is still active in 14 countries. Countless people motivated by him are environmental champions today. A companion curriculum describes his holistic world view, and his daring life of action on behalf of the earth.

Richard St. Baker Afforestation Area Stories – Histoires de la zone de boisement de Richard St. Barbe Baker for pdf download under copyright offered under free sharing see teacher’s guide.

Richard St. Baker Afforestation Area Stories – Histoires de la zone de boisement de Richard St. Barbe Baker for viewing online at ISSUU under copyright offered under free sharing see teacher’s guide.

 

Ongoing event.  Email for tour, or download package in French or English for yourself.  See copyright sharing permissions in “teacher’s – parent’s – group leader guide”

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Amenities

  • Family-Friendly
  • Parkland
  • Guided Tour

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