The WildBC Below Zero workshop will take you outside for a close look at how life survives the Canadian winter in your area. Participants will learn about adaptations of local plant and wildlife species, as well as winter ecology and responsible human actions, through the fun, interactive activities in the Below Zero Activity Guide. Designed for educators who want to awaken their learners to an appreciation of the uniqueness of the winter season, plant and wildlife adaptations, habitat and ecological principles, and responsible human actions, this guide offers 46 activities appropriate for K-12, youth, and adult learners. This workshop is hosted by the Kootenay Lake Local Chapter of the BC Environmental Educators.
Registration opens soon!