Plants for Food and Fibre (G7) *UPDATED*
Exploring a World Without Plants
It’s easy to take plants for granted – they’re just there. But what would the world be like without them? We answer this question by exploring the many ways we rely on plants. Teachers choose between the scavenger hunt in the Garden of Life (inside) to discover exotic plants that provide us with everything from chocolate to lipstick or the one in the Dorothy Harvie Gardens (outside) to discover some of the different native plants that the First Nations utilized. Click HERE for a more detailed outline of the program.
Plants for Food and Fibre
Grade Seven – Plants for Food and Fibre
Length: 90 minutes
Time offered: 10:00am, 12:00pm
Program Fees for 17/18 school year: $225 September - March
$275 April - June
Maximum 37 students
For detailed availabilty please check the Program Schedule
Booking information and guidelines
Please look through our booking procedures to help you fill in a booking form. It includes important information relating to class sizes and chaperones as well as other frequently asked questions.
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