We are excited to bring back our popular Science Summer Camp after a hiatus of a couple of years. Learn about rocks, fossils and volcanoes! Be a Mad Scientist! Build structures and flying machines! Be a Planet Protector! We are pleased to partner with UNBC’s Terrace Campus to co-host this 5 day Science Camp!
August 21-25 (9 am to 3 pm) at UNBC Terrace Campus (4837 Keith Avenue)
*Note: one day that week, drop off and pick up will be at Ferry Island (exact day TBD)
$175 per camper
SkeenaWild’s Watershed Nature Science Camp is an outdoor program that includes interpretive walks, stream surveys, nature science and art activities, and games. We are pleased to partner with the Terrace Women’s Resource Centre Society (GRIT Program) and the Canadian Women’s Federation for our third year of co-hosting the Watershed Nature Summer Camp! Thanks to TD Friends of the Environment Foundation for their ongoing support for all of our programs.
July 24 – 28 (9 am to 3 pm) at Remo Ridge B&B (1030 Farvam Road, Old Remo)
$150 per camper (bursaries available).
This camp is now full. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the waiting list.
SkeenaWild’s Youth Conservation Camp is a full day outdoor program where youth will learn about water quality testing, native and invasive plants, ecosystems, and conservation careers. There will be two age divisions within the camp, one for ages 11-13 and one for ages 14-16, with some time spent as a group. Thanks to the Terrace Community Foundation and the Pacific Salmon Foundation for their support of this initiative.
Tuesday, July 18 (9 am to 3 pm) – Ferry Island
Friday, August 18 (9 am to 3 pm) – Furlong Bay
This program is FREE
SkeenaWild will be offering one day Mini EcoCamps for kids during July and August in a variety of locations:
Friday, July 7 (9 am to 3 pm) – Ferry Island
Thursday, August 3 (9 am to 3 pm) – Kleanza Creek
Friday, August 11 (9 am to 3 pm) – Furlong Bay
$40 per camper per day
Join SkeenaWild’s environmental educators at these free outdoor ‘open house’ style events with hands-on nature science activities in a variety of community and provincial spaces including Terrace, Prince Rupert, Kitimat, Nass Valley, Hazelton, and Smithers. Adult supervision required!
Check back here and follow SkeenaWild on Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date information on locations, dates and times!
For more information, contact Christine Slanz, Education Coordinator: email@example.com or call 250-638-0998 / 250-631-9045.
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