Wild Nature Workshops

Wild Nature Workshops are an great approach way to get outside and learn all about the natural elements that surround us here in the Elk Valley! Guide and naturalist Lee-Anne Walker ensures that all Wild Nature Workshops leave you inspired with workshops as diverse as Forage in the Forest and hiking to Fernie’s Ancient Ammonite Running one Wednesday a month from 5:30pm to 8:30pm we are looking forward to having you join us for a Wild Nature Workshops!

Wild Nature Workshops are appropriate for ages 10+.

A special thanks goes to our friends at the Elk River Alliance for helping with Cool Critters in Clean Water and a Watershed Tour!

Please click on the workshop you are interested in to register:

Fungus Among UsAmmonite Adventure / Forage in the Forest / Cool Critters in Clean Water Watershed Tour



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Branch Information


891 2nd Ave (Mainfloor)
PO Box 537,
Fernie, BC V0B 1M0
Phone: 250.423.3322
Email: elkvalley@wildsight.ca

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Want to protect wildlife, clean water and wild spaces? Volunteer with us! Wildsight volunteers are a very special group of people who give generously of their time to stuff envelopes, attend rallies, help run events, put up posters, keep tabs on forestry practices in their communities and participate in citizen science initiatives.