SERG Alberta


Things you grow and eat

Students in this program will be taken on a guided tour of a greenhouse, black currant orchard, and natural wooded area to view and experience a variety of growing environments. This hands-on tour incorporates Alberta science curriculum education goals for Kindergarten through Grade 6 levels, and allows students to learn where food comes from and how it grows.  Students will gain insight into the various processes involved in growing food commercially, and in the wild, as well as the various stages of plant development, from seed to bloom.

Optional planting activity with take home plant available.

Cost also includes access to Sunshine Adventure Park where time for outdoor free-play can be allocated at the discretion of the teacher following the tour.

Tour length is approximately 45 minutes for Division 1 students and 1 hour long for Division 2 students. Three groups per time slot/maximum 25 students per group for a total of 75 students.  Available May  – July.

Guided tour of greenhouse, orchard, and natural wooded area; let us show your students where their food comes from!

Program Components
  • Guided tour of greenhouse, black currant orchard, and natural wooded areas
  • Learn where food comes from, and how it grows
  • Touch, taste and explore
  • Indoor and outdoor components
Booking Contact

To book call 403-995-5509 or visit