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Programs

Birding 101

Curious about what birds live in your urban area? Have you ever seen a bird and wondered where it comes from? Want to learn how to identify birds? Then this workshop is for you. This workshop is adaptable for different age groups and coveres a variety of topics including: 

Sound Mapping                          Bird Identification Techniques                                 

Urban Bird Ecology                    Tools and Technology Used For Birding

Queer Ecology of Birds              Bird Plot Point Counts 

and MORE!

 

This workshop is all ages!  

Maximum group size 12-20 participants.

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Urban Streams 101

Curious about what lurks below the surface of your local creek? Have you ever seen a salmon run through a city? What lives inside the water? Answer these questions and more by joining our urban waterways and streams 101 workshop. This workshop provides you with a hands-on, wet and wild opportunities to learn about urban waterways and includes a variety of experiences ranging from: 

 

Surber Sampling 

Riparian Vegetation Identification

Stream Assessments

Stream Feature Mapping

and MORE!

Maximum Group Size 10-15

Ideal age range (12-30)

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Urban Predators 101

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Want to learn how to spot, track, and research urban populations of predators? Curious about how you can co-exist with coyotes, raccoons and skunks? This workshop focuses on the use of ecological field survey methods and wildlife cameras to monitor urban predators. Available to individuals or groups of up to 15 participants. This workshop is open to all ages

Soil Regeneration 101

Ever wonder what is living in the soil beneath your feet? What about the underground network of mushrooms that allow plants to communicate with each other? If your are curious about soil types, mushrooms or animals that live in soil, this workshop is for you. Available to groups of up to 20 participants. This workshop is open to all ages

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Decolonize Your Conservation

This seminar  is about the intersections of conservation, white supremacy, colonialism, and environmental racism. Topics discussed include: National Parks, Urban greenspace development, ENGOs and Food Inequality.

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Effective Communication Strategies for Climate Activists

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This seminar is all about effective strategies to communicate climate news, climate stories and climate actions. This seminar is ideal for youth and young adults entering into the environmental sector and who may feel overwhelmed by the scale of the work they will be engaging with.  Topics covered include: Communicating for Different Audiences, Managing Climate Anxiety, and, Communicating Across Social Media.

Intro to Queer Ecology

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This seminar covers a variety of examples from the world of queer wildlife. This seminar showcases how queer theory and identities shape and inform the science we can conduct. This seminar will highlight exactly how natural being queer really is. Topics covered include: Trans Animals, Non-binary Animals, Gay and Lesbian Animals as well as Queer forms of reproduction. 

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