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The goal is to use a North American First Nations technique to derive the height of tall objects, such as trees. It works like this. All sides of a square are equal in length. There are 4 x 90 degree angles in a square. If we bisect a square from corner to opposite corner, we are left with a triangle with 2 x 45 degree angles and 1 x 90 degree angle.
The Wild About Vancouver Outdoor Education Festival (WAV-pronounced wave) partners with local organizations to provide dozens of free, outdoor-focused activities that showcase the fun and learning to be found in neighbourhoods across our city. Our goal is to get more people outdoors more often! WAV would like to acknowledge that events take place on the traditional unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh peoples.Learn more ›
WAV hosts various kinds of local festivals on streets and schools. Please check our calendar, blog, and social media to keep on track!Learn more ›
WAV involves local schools to help UBC students to design a local outdoor learning project unique to the individual school. Expanding outdoor learning program will get INvolve more students to outdoor activities.Learn more ›