In this special Halloween session, we'll be learning to draw the little brown bat with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!
In this session, we’ll dive into how you can use art as a tool for change and share an art lesson on how to create old-growth linocuts!
Join the panel discussion with the artists of the "Forest: Breath of Life" exhibit. Hosted by the Cowichan Public Art Gallery and Sierra Club BC.
It’s up to all of us, settlers especially, to educate ourselves and speak out on Canada’s long (and ongoing) history of systematic oppression of Indigenous peoples. Sierra Club BC is asking our friends and supporters to engage with several resources.
Senior Forest and Climate Campaigner Jens Wieting is available to comment on B.C.’s current heatwave and the urgent need for climate emergency policies.
Sierra Club BC reacts to the creation of an independent Old Growth Technical Advisory Panel, which was announced by the B.C. government today
In this webinar, we invite you to reframe the climate action discussion. Featuring Sierra Club BC Cultural Voice kQwa'st'not ~ charlene george and Sierra Club BC Executive Director Hannah Askew.
In honour of Indigenous People’s Day the SCBC Education team has created a four-page resource that invites you to engage with this day.
Join biologist and national best-selling author Alexandra Morton and Sierra Club BC’s Forest Relations Coordinator Tła̱lita̱’las Glendale for a conversation about the future of salmon.
SCBC statement in response to Premier Horgan’s Ada'itsx/Fairy Creek and Central Walbran deferral announcement.
New polling shows 85% of British Columbians want action for old-growth forests; Only 16% think the BC NDP has done a good job protecting them.
As you learn about forest ecology, we invite you to explore different ways of learning and knowing. Guide your learning with the understanding that you are part of nature; that all the elements outside of your door are interconnected with each other and with you.
Sierra Club BC Senior Forest and Climate Campaigner Jens Wieting offers the following brief statement in response to today’s announcements on updates to forestry in B.C.