Students step into nature near Burns Bog

400 local Grade 6 and 7 students to enjoy hands-on activities at the Delta Nature Reserve.

The Burns Bog Conservation Society is set to host The Stepping into Nature Festival, aimed at helping students learn and connect with nature.

The event – set for 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Oct. 1, 2, 8 and 9 – will see more than 400 local Grade 6 and 7 students will take part in a full day of hands-on activities at the Delta Nature Reserve (10388 Nordel Court), which is on the edge of Burns Bog.

The event is hosted by a number of local environmental organizations – Cougar Creek Streamkeepers, Earthwise, Northwest Wildlife Preservation Society, Urban Safari and Critter Care – and aims to encourage good environmental stewardship among young students.

For more information, email education@burnsbog.org

 

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