Nature is Calling Workshop Series

New this year, we are kicking off our Nature is Calling Workshop Series. Each workshop will be led by a notable expert and comprise of an educational/awareness component and an interactive activity. Pre-registration is required and costs will vary depending on topic and length.

2017 Nature is Calling workshops is themed: Bears, Bees, Beavers and Bugs, and include:

  • Bear Awareness Day June 17- a free community celebration of the end of hibernation with a guest speakers and a bear trap demonstration
  • Weaving from the Wild June 24 – Join Shuswap elder Elder Verna Stevens in making a ponderosa pine needle basket
  • The Biodiversity of Bees with Lincoln Best July 7, evening presentation
  • Exploring Bees in the East Kootenay July 8-9, weekend workshop with renowned BC bee scientist Lincoln Best
  • Ecosystem Engineers Walk and Talk: stroll the Columbia Wetlands while learning the importance of beavers
  • Pond Dipping: a family friendly exploration of local water creaturesPhoto by Megan Peloso

 

Stay tuned, more to come soon!

Want to lead a workshop of your own that fits our Connecting with Nature theme? Get in touch: invermere@wildsight.ca

 

 

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Contact

625 4th St
Box 2741
Invermere, BC V0A 1K0
Phone: 250.341.6898
invermere@wildsight.ca

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