About our education programs

Since 1998, Sierra Club B.C.’s Education program has provided curriculum-based, outdoor-based nature experiences for 125,000 students and teachers across the province of British Columbia. By directly engaging with local natural environments and centring diverse ecological and traditional knowledges, we offer hands-on activities and experiential learning opportunities that foster healthy childhood development and cultivate environmental sustainability.

We incorporate an approach that is:

  • Nature-Based and Hands-On
  • Inquiry-Based
  • Intersectional and Cross-Curricular (aligned with the new Ministry of Education curriculum)
  • Informed by First Peoples’ Principles of Learning
  • Place-Based
  • Rooted in the principle that connecting with nature is a core aspect of environmental stewardship

Our programs are available in any community in British Columbia.



We rely on donations to keep our programs free, accessible, and inclusive year after year. Please donate today to ensure they can stay this way.


Recent Updates

Enjoy connecting with nature all winter long

The beginning of the new year is a fresh start—full of a variety of possibilities for outdoor adventure and exploration with kids. And it’s the perfect chance to make that resolution to spend more time outdoors with the children in your life. Now’s the time to carve out a path for this years’ adventures.

Environmental education: Looking back on 2017

Our team of environmental educators worked hard this year to provide hands-on learning opportunities to students across the province.  They facilitated 251 workshops for over 5800 students at 80 schools in 21 school districts!

Nature tips for an eco-friendly holiday season

Environmental Educator Kirsten Dallimore shares her ideas for celebrating the winter solstice and highlights some of her favorite nature-based and eco-friendly crafts that you can make for the holiday season.

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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.