Have you ever worried that your stewardship activities may be doing more harm than good?
We polled environmental professionals across the Fraser Valley and our FVC staff to find the top five most common mistakes people make when they are trying to care for nature. This workshop focuses on identifying how these five “stewardship slipups” show up across a wide variety of common practices including:
This is your opportunity to identify stewardship slipups and learn what to do instead to become a champion for nature in the Fraser Valley.
Aleesha, Tamsin and Jennifer will present and take participant questions. If you have a burning stewardship question, make sure to bring it to this event!
There will be washroom and snack breaks, and opportunities to chat with fellow participants and FVC staff. Coffee, tea, and water will be available, as well as some light snacks during the break. Participants are encouraged to bring their own mug and/or water bottle.
There will also be an introduction to a new community group! If you live in Ryder Lake and are interested in learning more about the amazing wildlife and ecosystems surrounding you and how you can make a difference, this may be the group for you!
The FVC is taking precautions to avoid the spread of infectious diseases at this event. Our meeting space will allow for distanced seating, and we are using the room at <50% capacity.
Hand sanitizing stations will be available. Masks are not currently required, however, participants are free to wear them if they feel comfortable doing so.
Tickets for this Nature Stewardship School event are only $5.00.
Please use the “Register Here” button below to register using your credit card.
If you prefer to pay via E-transfer email Jenn for instructions.
All participants must register and purchase a ticket separately. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact send us an email.
If the tickets are no longer available, we have reached the maximum number of attendees for the event. We hope to see you at an upcoming event!