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For:  Local watershed kids; homework reference/s; information and links to local programs; links to provincial and world wide programs; list/s of top web pages for youth and environment; book list/s; and more.

Please contact   lori4675@gmail.com  with any suggestions you may have.

 

 


2017

Future fisher of Prospect Lake.


2016


 15 April, 2016:  Students from Bayside Middle School (grade 7), and Keating Elementary School (grades 2/3).

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Both classes were French Immersion students.

Students release their Coho into Tod Creek, at Whitehead Park.

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Nous avons été impressionnés par les connaissances des élèves et leur intérêt.

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After a short talk about what we were doing, we got to work.

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The teacher and older students scooped the Coho smolts into ziplock baggies.

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The younger ones were paired up with the Grade 6s.

 

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Watershed Model Salmon Lifecycle and Alder Tree Program [Grade 3]

http://peninsulastreams.ca/education-programs/grade-3-program

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Since 2006, Gr. 3 students in SD63 have actively participated in watershed model activities, salmon life-cycle education, growing alder trees for riparian zone restoration, stream-side planting, and raising and releasing salmon fry.

This program is delivered to nine schools in the SD 63 (Saanich) region. These include Deep Cove, Sidney, Brentwood, Prospect Lake, Cordova Bay, Lochside, Keating, Kelset and the LAU WELNEW tribal school.

Every year the program is delivered to almost 500 students in total.


Creatures of Habitat – Days of Action

http://peninsulastreams.ca/education-programs/creatures-of-habitat

In 2009, Peninsula Streams Society, in partnership with a team of concerned community members, created an environmental education program for Gr. 6 students. We called it “Creatures of Habitat – Days of Action” to reflect the program’s emphasis on proactivity in the face of our environmental challenges.

Every year since, we have brought a “Day of Action” to middle schools all over the Peninsula and into Saanich. With our team of volunteers, workshop providers and theatre crew, we engage over 500 Gr. 6 students/year in environmental restoration activities, interactive theatre and workshops.

In various years, we’ve delivered the program to North Saanich, Bayside, Royal Oak, Glanford and, for the first time in April 2014, Colquitz Middle School.

To date, 3100 students have participated in “Creatures of Habitat”~!


 

Young Naturalists’ Club of B.C.

YNC is an exciting nature discovery and environmental action program that invites young people ages 5-12 years to discover nearby nature on Explorer Day Adventures with local experts, learn about native wildlife and plants in NatureWILD Magazine and take part in environmental actions to protect their habitat with Stewardship Projects and an Action Awards Quest.

The YNC is a registered charity, powered by passionate volunteers, members and donors. Join the Club! Become a member, subscribe to NatureWILD, or make a donation today.

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YNC Passport to Nature

When a family takes out a membership every child is issued a pocket sized Passport to Nature with six event tickets together with their new member pack.

The purpose of the Passport is to encourage and recognize participation in outdoor nature events, whether sponsored by YNC or some other group such as Cubs and Brownies, school field trips, park programs, community clean-up, etc. Please bring your Passport to Nature to Explorer Days and other outdoor nature events.

 

http://www.ync.ca/p/blog-page.html

 


Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society: Preservation Through Education

 

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To excite school-aged youth and inspire them to care for the environment through our education programs.

To provide direct restoration of wildlife habitat.

To actively engage our communities in ongoing environmental stewardship.

 

Photo:  from the Biofacts Gallery on NWPS site.

What We Do:  We introduce children and adults to the wonders of the natural world in order to encourage an enduring respect for wildlife and wildlife spaces.

Preservation:  Through educational and stewardship activities, NWPS is working towards preserving wildlife and wildlife habitat for their own intrinsic worth and for the appreciation of all.

Stewardship Programs:  These programs develop an awareness about the ecosystem and impacts on wildlife and wildlife habitat. Through coordinated stewardship activities, youth are able to work toward preserving the environment.

Education Programs:  NWPS reaches schools throughout B.C. with our own unique environmental education and habitat stewardship programs.  Our target population is school-aged youth and we reach an average of 7,500 individuals annually through our programs, newsletters and communications.

Awareness:  Our Green Ribbon Campaign aims to raise visibility and awareness about wildlife, wildlife habitat and environmental issues in our communities, as well as provide a means to support environmental preservation.

 

Learn more at:      http://northwestwildlife.com

 

 


 

 

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