Welcome to Notice Nature!

Notice Nature is a Saskatchewan community program created to encourage outdoor play through fun, nature-loving learning activities while winning some awesome prizes! Everyone of all ages is welcome to participate, and intergenerational participation is encouraged. 

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Why should you notice nature?

Healthy land and water start with you. We're here to help you look up, look around, and notice nature, which we believe is the first step to land and water stewardship. Healthy land and water mean healthy wildlife, people, ecosystems, communities, and all the places we love. We hope you discover fun activities that help you connect with nature and inspire you to see your natural environment a little differently. Did we mention there are awesome prizes to be won!?

Notice Nature Partnerships

Notice Nature was able to be built and continues to be successful because of its many environment passionate partners. Our content partners provide fun, nature-loving activities within the Notice Nature Passport and the Notice Nature Activity Cards, while community partners provide funding, prizes, and card and prize distribution. Notice Nature is another example of our community's widespread commitment to youth engagement, land and water stewardship, and environmental education. 

Cenovus Energy Food Forests

Green your community space or school with fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. The Cenovus Food Forest project will plant twenty food forests on school grounds or your chosen community space in the fall of 2024! The program will supply fruit-bearing trees & shrubs and required planting day supplies at no cost. Members of the community are highly encouraged to participate in the planting day. The benefits of having a food forest in your community include increasing biodiversity, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, providing land-based learning opportunities, and creating an edible landscape for years to come!

Stay up to date

Visit our news page to learn more about what Notice Nature and its partners are doing to foster community connection with nature.