Alouette River Management Society

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https://www.alouetteriver.org/school-programs

Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours
Grade: Grades 3 - 7 (please be advised this workshop is not suitable for younger grades)
Cost: $75

Purpose:

Our streams and rivers are home to dozens of different species of aquatic insects. ARMS instructors will collect the river critters and bring them to your classroom where students will actively identify and view the bugs with microscopes and magnifying glasses. Students will learn how important diversity is to our water systems and the impact we humans have on our watersheds.

 

https://www.alouetteriver.org/school-programs

Duration: 1.5 – 2 hours
Ages: Grades Pre K – 3.  This workshop can be adapted for Grades 4-12. Grades 5-12 can include a fish dissection in the fall.
Cost: $75

Purpose:

The different types of Pacific Salmon and their lifecycle are introduced in this program. Students will participate in interactive demonstrations and activities and will come away with an understanding of the trials and tribulations that salmon must face on their journey homeward. The program will include discussion of actions that the students and their families can do to protect salmon and their habitat.  In the fall it can include a fish dissection for Grades 5-12 onsite at the Allco Fish Hatchery.

 

https://www.alouetteriver.org/school-programs

Duration:  1.5 hours

Grade:  1 - 3

Cost:  $75 per class

Purpose: 

Students learn the fascinating facts about wildlife trees and their importance to BC’s wildlife. By the end of the presentation students will be familiar with different kinds of native trees to our watershed and learn the importance of wildlife trees to the animals in our area of the Fraser Valley.  Specific wildlife species are also introduced including: black bears, owls, bats, and woodpeckers. The concepts of habitat and ecosystems are discussed and how humans can have a positive or negative impact on the environment.  A walk through the forest is included for all trips to our location in Maple Ridge.  Come dressed for any weather - rain or shine!

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