• Green Talks – Big Fuss Over Tiny Toads!

    Whistler locals are well aware that every year thousands of tiny toads migrate from Lost Lake to the surrounding forested areas. This year, there were tens of thousands of them and they escaped from their designated toad tunnels and made their way onto the Valley Trail and road. By moving across the landscape in large […]

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  • EcoFlix presents: Hadwin’s Judgement

      “Hadwin’s Judgement is a spellbinding and visually stunning account of environmentalism, obsession, and myth set in the Pacific Northwest. It chronicles one man’s resolute struggle to reconcile what he regarded as an intolerable and conspiratorial affront—not just to the land, but to humanity as well. Inspired by John Vaillant’s award-winning book The Golden Spruce, the film […]

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  • GROW Whistler’s Summer Social Potluck

    What’s the best way of turning one meal into many? By attending GROW Whistler’s Summer Social Potluck on Thursday August 11th between 5-7 pm at Cheakamus Community Garden (GROW gardeners and guests only). Bring a plant-based dish featuring goodies from your garden to share, as well plates, cutlery and cups to use. AWARE will provide the table, chairs, and ambiance and […]

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club – Migration, Hibernation and Habitat Needs

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: Migration, Hibernation and Habitat Needs It’s getting cold outside – discover how animals adapt to survive. 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about all things environmental through fun and interactive activities. […]

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  • AWARE Nature Kids Club – Autumn Leaves of Change

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: Autumn Leaves of Change What is changing with the season how can we be champions of change? 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about all things environmental through fun and interactive […]

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club – BC Rivers Day – A Splashing Good Time

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: BC Rivers Day – A Splashing Good Time Dip into learning about local rivers, aquatic critters, and water science. 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about all things environmental through fun […]

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club – What’s the Buzz About Bees!

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: What’s the Buzz About Bees! Bee a hive detective and come out to celebrate National Honey Bee day! 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about all things environmental through fun and […]

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club – Clean Energy Here There and Everywhere!

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: Clean Energy Here There and Everywhere! Embark on a renewable energy scavenger hunt and make a pinwheel from reusable and recycled materials! 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about all things environmental […]

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  • AWARE Kids Nature Club -Wet and Wild Wonders of Wetlands

    AWARE Kid’s Nature Club is held on the last Sunday of each month This months topic is: Wet and Wild Wonders of Wetlands Be a wetland detective and get an up close look at swamp water, aquatic plants, and water loving wildlife. 10am – 11:30am at the Whistler Public Library These free sessions educate local and visiting youth about […]

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  • AWARE @ Whistler Children’s Festival – Making a Trash-a-saurus

    As part of the Whistler Children’s Festival hosted by Arts Whistler, AWARE will be building a trash-a-saurus out of single-use items, such as water bottles, plastic bags and disposable coffee cups that commonly clog up our landfills instead of being recycled or substituted for reusable alternatives. Like the dinosaurs we hope that these disposable items […]

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