About our education programs

At Sierra Club BC, we foster environmental awareness, connectedness, and action in children and youth.

For over 17 years, our environmental education programs have supported students and teachers to get outside, to learn about B.C.’s ecosystems and climate, and to make change through positive environmental actions. Our youth programming inspires young people to become leaders in the field of social and environmental change.

If you would like to support us to a particular school or community, please contact our Education Program Coordinator, Lisa Dumoulin.





Recent Updates

Salish Sea Gathering
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Salish Sea and W̱SÁNEĆ Gathering - May 29

Please join us on May 29 for the one-day Salish Sea and W̱SÁNEĆ Gathering to build solidarity with First Nations and discuss concerns for the safety and protection of our coasts.
Education program at John Muir in Sooke
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A day in the life of an environmental educator

Last week I had the amazing opportunity to travel to Sooke and teach students at both John Muir Elementary School and École Poirier Elementary School. I wanted to share some stories about my experience teaching these kids out in nature.
Paddle for the Peace, photo by PVEA
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ECOSYSTEM 101:   A little Peace of my heart

The Peace River Valley is a very special place. It stole my heart when I traveled there for my Master's research, and then again, the following summer when I attended the Paddle for the Peace.
Peace River Valley photo by Larry Petersen
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CRAZY FACTS:  Is the grass greener on the other side?

The grass may not be greener on one side of the Peace River Valley than the other, but there is more of it.

Gratefully supported by:

 
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Real Estate Foundation of BC
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We acknowledge the financial support of the Province of British Columbia.