This section offers interesting and useful resource material for parents, teachers, club leaders, and anyone who has an interest in conservation and protecting our environment. We will be frequently updating this section by adding new material and information.
Things to remember when visiting Assiniboine Park and Zoo
IMPORTANT: Due to continual changes in manufacturer packaging and processing, please read the ingredient label of your snack chosen from this list to ensure that it does not contain any of the following... peanuts/nuts, peanut/nut butter, peanut/nut oil, peanut/nut flour, peanut/nut meal, or any of the statements "May contain traces of peanut/nuts" or "Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts (and/or other nuts)".
THIS IS A REFERENCE GUIDE ONLY and WE MAKE NO CLAIMS TO ITS CONTINUED ACCURACCY - ALWAYS READ THE LABELS TO ENSURE INGREDIENTS HAVE NOT CHANGED.
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The importance of playing in nature (especially at Assiniboine Park)
Learn to identify trees, and then visit Assiniboine Park to test your new identification skills!
Join us at Assiniboine Park for the ABC's of Trees!
Or spend a day at the park under the shade of one of our hundreds of trees, and remember to visit our riparian forest trails.
High in citric acid, lemon juice one of the best natural cleaners due to its low pH and antibacterial properties. Lemons also smell great ...