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Natural Heritage Education

Natural Heritage Education (NHE) programming in Quetico Provincial Park focuses on regional natural and cultural heritage, wilderness skills and conservation.  Programs are family-based and suitable for all age groups.  Programming runs from January until the middle of October. Weekly programs commence during the Canada Day long weekend and continue through Labour Day. 

2011 NHE Staff

2013 Natural Heritage Education staff. Specialized school programs are available from January-June and again in September and October. All programs adhere to Ontario's Education System's curriculum and are available for grades JK-12.  For further information, please contact, Susan Bourne, Natural Heritage Education Leader at: or 807.929.3141 ext. 228


2015 NHE students Nick Richard and Kayla Goranson explore the

Paul Kane painting site with Park Librarian, Andrea Allison.


Hands-on Learning in Quetico! Dig in and get dirty.


Riparian guided hike at French Lake, Dawson Trail Campgrounds


NHE students rehearse for a play in front of the Information and Heritage Pavilion

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