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By Graeme Lee Rowlands and Monica Nissen Like many in the Columbia Basin, we recently received an invitation to comment on the Columbia Basin…Read more 
"This experience meant so much to me. I enjoyed so much learning from the land, guest speakers, and leaders and being able to make my…Read more 
Students squint at turkey basters and squirt water samples into ice cube trays. Others raise handheld microscopes to eye level, peering at tiny life within…Read more 
"I looked up from the ground and realized what an incredible place I was in. From a young age, I'd always thought the alpine…Read more 
At Hume Elementary School in Nelson, Wildsight Educator Genna Lazier explored the world of salmon with Nashira Birch's K/1 class through a Wildsight…Read more 
Students in Cranbrook's Kootenay Orchards Elementary learned about the beauty and intricacy of trees, and connected with the landscape around them in deep and…Read more 
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