NEW! Junior Stewardship Project Series
Stewardship is creating a sense of connection, care, and responsibility for each other and the natural world that supports us.
For ages: 8 – 12 years old
Tuesdays bi-weekly from 10:00–11:30 am
Dates & Projects:
Oct. 13 - Lake water quality monitoring
Oct. 27 - Meadow restoration
Nov. 10 - Invasive species removal
Nov. 24 - Slope erosion prevention
Cost: $20/class plus a one-time suggested
donation of $5 for work gloves.
Register for one class or all four!
Classes will be held entirely outside.
Pre-registration is required by calling 250-479-0211 extension 3.
COST $125 | Friends of the Sanctuary $105 for series of 4 classes
individual classes for $30 each
Junior Naturalists (NEW PROGRAM!) – a drop off program for kids 11 to 14 years old
The new Junior Naturalist program is designed for budding scientists interested in the fields of biology, ecology and field research. In this four-part program, we will explore real research techniques that scientists use to observe and study lake and wetland environments.
This hands-on, active class will get students outdoors, collecting data and observing animals in their natural habitats. It’s a perfect fit for young people looking to explore a career in science.
Due to COVID-19 and lowered staffing levels we are currently (Sept 2020) unable to offer Junior Naturalists.