Edmonton Area Resources
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Gofer Tales Resource Guide 2017 Coming soon!
Gofer Tales Resource Guide 2016 Click here to access!
Physical Resources Available:
Edmonton Area has a number of great resources that can be loaned out to its Units and Districts. Please note that all resources need to be booked ahead of time. Deposits are required for most items. A Unit or District cheque can be held as your deposit, and will not be processed unless resources are late in being returned, or are damaged in some way.
For the Resource Booking form – click here – this is to be used for the purpose of requesting/booking resources, and can be faxed to 780-453-1155 or emailed to Hazel@guidesedmonton.ab.ca . If you are a trainer or RG for an Edmonton Area Event wishing to book a resource, please click here.
Some of our resources are listed below. Click here for a full list of available resources and deposit fees.
Archery Equipment (this must be signed out by a Qualified Archery Leader)
Archery Challenge (On Target!) click here for information.
Field Kits – click here for a list of contents.
My Field Journal – The nature identification journal used at Bio Blitz! Click here to access. Note: You must print this off 2-sided for it to come out in proper booklet order. You can request the office to print your copies for 4 cents per black & white page.
Field Guide – This booklet is an excellent resource for your journey through the Sandy Lake trails. A colour copy is included in each field kit. Click here to access.
Get a better understanding of the Sandy Lake Beach campsite and its environment by checking out the T.R.A.I.L.S website developed by our 140th Edmonton Ranger Unit in cooperation with Alberta EcoTrust. https://sites.google.com/site/rangertrails/
Flags – stands and holsters also available
GPS Units – Geocaching is ever increasing in popularity. Watch the What’s New and Training pages for Geocaching activities and trainings.
Hug a Tree and Survive – this program can only be given by an approved instructor. Please go to www.adventuresmart.ca/kids/hugatree.htm to request a presenter to your unit.
Promotional Items – Banners, Display Boards, “Event Kits” including brochures, bookmarks, tattoos and more to help you host an information display.
Yellow Fish Road – complete kits are available at Edmonton Area as described in the program guide.