BC Field Trips Blog

Join us September 19 and 20th at the Vancouver Police Museum as we launch a new partnership between BC Field Trips and Pacific Assistance Dogs (PADS).  This will be the first of 12 free field trips for puppies-in-training facilitated by BC Field Trips. Meet some of the puppies-in-training and learn more about the Vancouver Police K-9 unit. Entrance to the museum is free from 12-4pm on Saturday. The museum is located at 240 E. Cordova Street, Vancouver.

Registration for the 6th Annual Field Trip Fair is now open! Click here for details about the fair and to register yourself.

Do you know that Carbon dioxide emissions from peatland exploitation are estimated to be 3 billion tonnes per year?

Come join in the Jog for the Bog Trail Run, September 21, 6500
Westview Park. Contact 604.572.0373 and request a registration form.
Great prizes for pledges gathered.

1988 - 2008 Twenty years protecting the "lungs of the Lower Mainland" for future generations.

Check out our website: www.burnsbog.org for further updates!

We hope all of our exhibitors take advantage of the new features added to the BC Field Trips recently relaunched website.  We appreciate that change can pose challenges, so Jamie has developed a detailed reference guide to help you make changes to your listing.  It includes screen shots showing what you'll see at each stage of updating your organization's lising on www.bcfieldtrips.ca  As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

Click the link below to get the complete pdf document.

Exhibitor registration is now open! Click here for details and a downloadable poster.

The crew at BC Field Trips - Lisa, Maggie, Jamie and Krista - are pleased to welcome everyone to the new BC Field Trips website. We've worked with the great folks at leftrightminds to build a new site that provides not only the great search features of the old site, but information and resources on field trip realted topics and the ability for you, our users, to add comments, suggestions and share experiences. We invite you to spend some time exploring and would love to hear your feedback.

It's that time of year! School programs in our partner institutions are winding down, but plans for the 2008 Field Trip Fair are gearing up. This year we'll be making our first visit to the North Shore where on Monday, September 29th we'll be hosted by Grouse Mountain - the Peak of Vancouver. As always we'll meet with our teacher colleagues after school from 3:30 - 6:30. Parking and Skyride will be complimentary.

While you're registering take a few moments to check out some of the new initiatives that the Field Trip Fair Organizing Committee has been working on:


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