Kai and Anostin visit Iceland to see how geology, chemistry, physics, and creativity go into volcanology - the study of volcanoes.
We head to Blackfoot Territory on the prairies where the Science Questers learn about the Buffalo Treaty, the restoration of Buffalo, and how important Buffalo are to the eco-balance of the prairie.
Isa asks us to consider how we can live in the city and still have traditional plants and medicines, and our Knowledge Holders show us how!
Isa asks why Animal habitats are important and what we can learn from animals, and how to be grateful for the food, shelter, knowledge, and medicines our animal relatives provide.
Isa asks, "What is your favorite game" and our Science Questers take a look at how to design your own video game.
Isa introduces us to the world of virtual reality and our Science Questers hang out with Indigenous artists developing their own virtual reality!
Join our Science Questers as they find out about how light has different temperatures; Kai shows us how to make your own sunset.
Our Science Questors learn about Indigenous architect Douglas Cardinal, and An'ostin makes a lean-to in the woods.
Visit with Elder Woody Morrison who shares about how it all began - from an Indigenous perspective and we learn some of the science of the big bang.
Rock out with us as we make some noise and learn about the scientific wonders of music with musicians Gregory Coyes and Sheryl Sewepagaham.
We can all help save animal homes - learn from Dr. Ruby Dunstan who helped protect the Stein Valley and wildlife habitat.
We meet archaeologist Dr. Rudy Reimer to study the ground beneath out feet and Kai shows us how to make our own rocks!
Join our Science Questers as they learn about birch bark canoes and pilot Don Todd, who has flown on every continent except Antarctica.
Join our Science Questers as they find out why salmon are important to so many Indigenous Nations - visit a salmon hatchery!
Ethnobotanist Cease Wyss shares plant knowledge; Kai shows makes punk rock cabbage!
Our Science Questers go in search of star knowledge and build a medicine wheel; Kai shows us how to make a homemade star projector.
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