Salish Sea Science Program

Are you a passionate youth committed to the conservation of aquatic life? If so, we have an opportunity for you to join us on Hornby Island at the Tribune Bay Outdoor Education Centre for the 3-day/2-night Salish Sea Science Program! Participating youth (30) in grades 10-12 will learn about the seven ocean literacy principles, the […]

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Which Tree is This?

The Grade 6 students will explore our campus, in groups of 2, to find their own tree. They will draw as carefully as they can distinguishing features of the tree (bark, leaves, branches, etc.). They will then come up with their own name for the tree (both their own species name and a personal name). […]

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Quel âge a un arbre?

Students in a grade 3 and 4 French Immersion math class will explore the measurements of trees growing in their school yard with the goal of finding the oldest tree and the tallest tree on the property. We will begin by taking a tour of the yard, and identifying the species of trees that we […]

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Eating Dirt with Dr. Brett

We want to say a special thanks to Dr. Brett Finlay for meeting us atop of The Nest yesterday to lead us in some fascinating discussions about the oversanitization of Western culture, and the positive effects that microbes play in keeping us healthy. In Dr. Finlay’s book, Let Them Eat Dirt, we are challenged to deconstruct our […]

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