EcoStewards Teacher Feedback Form

Please fill out the following feedback form upon completion of your EcoStewards project. Your feedback helps to tell the story of how valuable environmental education is and in doing so, helps Wildsight secure future funding to support this program.


Education news

As a teacher, I can sometimes be weary of using premade resources in the classrooms of our Middle Years Program (MYP). Mt. Sentinel Secondary School…Read more 
It’s official: B.C’s annual April snow survey confirms this winter is leaving our province with its lowest snowpack on record at just…Read more 
Go Wild! challenges youth 14-18 on a six-day wilderness backpacking trip into the spectacular Kootenay backcountry. Go Wild! isn’t just a backpacking trip: it’s an education in backcountry camping and hiking that teaches students the wilderness skills needed to safely plan and undertake mountain expRead more 
We might be biased, but we're pretty keen about our EcoStewards program. And it seems we're not the only ones who feel that…Read more 
Boots squelch down the snowy path, a row of brightly-bundled faces scanning the surroundings as they tromp to today's wonder-filled outdoor classroom…Read more 

Stewards of the stream

January 11, 2024
A group of elementary school students is wiser about their local water thanks to an innovative program that connects kids, curiosity, and curriculum together to…Read more 
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