Free Educational Resources

Are you home with your kids and looking for fun educational resources or perhaps planning a trip to Glenbow Ranch Provincial Park? If so, Glenbow Ranch Park Foundation is here to help!

Below are downloadable resources and we will be adding more regularly.

Wetlands Material

Glenbow Ranch Wetlands Outline

Wetland Invertebrate Identification Guide (to be used to for the worksheet below)

Wetland Invertebrate Identifier Worksheet

Grasslands Material

Grasslands Powerpoint

Travelling Plants Exercise

Stations Instructions

YouTube Videos

Seed Dispersal

The Dandelion


Seeds – Hooks & Spikes

Challenges Grasslands are Facing

Canada’s Grasslands – The Nature of Things

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Cochrane, Alberta T4C 0B7
Phone: 403-851-9053

Park Hours
The park is open for your enjoyment Sunrise to Sunset every day of the year.

Visitor Information Centre
Open 11:00 am to 3:00 pm* on weekends over the fall and winter pending volunteer availability.





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