Photo by Lucas Jmieff
Photo: Lucas Jmief

Jess Booth

Jess Booth


Wildsight Regional

Jess is originally from a small coastal town in Australia. She has lived in Revelstoke since 2019, where her love for outdoor activities within the community has flourished. Jess has a Bachelor of Environmental and Outdoor Education. She has a background in invasive species education and facilitates connections between children and the natural world through the Revelstoke After School Society. Jess brings enthusiasm and curiosity to students she interacts with and enjoys gaining insights into how children perceive and experience the world. You can find her in the forest or in the alpine, with a field guide in hand, on a bike, horse, her feet or skis. 

Jess' work

Classroom With Outdoors offers B.C.-curriculum-based outdoor education to promote healthy, hands-on learning through exciting and engaging activities. Our knowledgeable, experienced education professionals help students form lasting connections with nature while having fun and learning. Read More 
What a great way to deepen the love primary students have for the outdoors. Winter Wonder programs are outdoor, winter ecology field studies — real experiences — that take primary classes outside to learn something new. Read More 
EcoStewards offers an excellent opportunity to showcase how environmental education can effectively and successfully provide opportunities for 21st century learning, including inquiry, action and place-based learning. Read More 
  In Beyond Recycling, grade 5 and 6 students embark on a rich 24-week investigation into the impact of their lifestyles—energy, waste and… Read More