AHEIA Conservation Education Youth Programs
AHEIA's youth camps and seminars are designed to help young people develop the basic skills that will help them explore and enjoy the outdoors with confidence.
The goal of the Outdoor Youth Seminar is to increase awareness of outdoor recreational opportunities. To this end the Alberta Hunter Education Instructors’ Association (AHEIA) holds their annual Outdoor Youth Seminar for young outdoor enthusiasts (ages 7 and up) and their parent(s) or guardian(s). All youngsters must be accompanied by at least one adult. The seminar is a two-day event filled with fun and learning activities. Some of the sessions the participants get to choose from are; outdoor cooking, archery, crossbow basics, rifle and shotgun shooting, black powder shooting, survival, introduction to trapping, fly fishing, GPS and geocaching, waterfowl hunting basics, and much more.
These vary year to year but are primarily based out of the Alford Lake Conservation Education Centre for Excellence.
Registration information to be released soon.
Alford Lake Facility Features
- Archery ranges
- Firearm safety training ranges
- Wildlife and Fisheries identification
- Map and compass course
- Fishing education area
- Wilderness survival training area
How to get to Alford Lake
Proceed west from Innisfail on highway 54 to Caroline. Continue west 24 kms then 1.6 kms north.
Alberta Hunter Education Instructors' Association
Alford Lake Conservation Education Centre for Excellence
Caroline, AB T0M 0M0
Youth Hunter Education Camps and Outdoor Youth Seminar, Outdoor Women’s Program, Mentored Hunt Programs.
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Since 1985, Wildlife Habitat Canada, a national, non-profit, charitable conservation organization, has invested over $50 million to support hundreds of conservation projects on private and public lands across Canada, through its granting program. Wildlife Habitat Canada works through partnerships with communities, landowners, governments, non-government organizations, and industry to conserve, enhance, and restore wildlife habitat.
To learn more about the projects that Wildlife Habitat Canada has funded or to see our annual report, please visit www.whc.org. Without habitat...there is no wildlife. It’s that simple!