Projects

  • Whistler’s Old and Ancient Tree Map

    June, 2019 saw the release of the long-anticipated Old and Ancient Tree Map of Whistler. In this map, explorers (locals and visitors alike) can follow pre-planned paths or choose their own route to see a selection of the ancient (uncut) trees around the Whistler valley. From the oldest tree (at

  • Online Webinar: Getting To Know A Canadian Icon – The Grizzly Bear

    Grizzly bears are a fascinating and elusive presence for us here in the Sea to Sky corridor of British Columbia. Understanding more about the grizzly bear enables us to better protect their crucial habitats and to make sure that as we continue to grow and thrive, we enable them to

  • Whistler Nature Camp | Spring Break

    Spring Break @ Home Program Update – We were having so much fun these past two weeks we decided to extend our programming to the end of April. Participate in any 5 or more activities and receive your very own personalized Junior Scientist e-certificate. Happy Trails! With two weeks off

  • Waste AWARE Certification – Cleaning Companies

    The amount of waste humans produce is steadily rising and so is the cost of dealing with it. Global solid waste generation is on pace to increase 70% by 2025. Through reduced consumption and better waste management we can all work together to bring this number down. Locally, Whistler has

  • Whistler Nature Camp | Pro-D Days

    Pro-D Day Nature Kids @ Home Activity Books With Covid putting our in-person youth nature programming on hold we have switched it up to help families stay connected with nature! Now is a great time to awaken your senses and spark curiosity – right in your own natural backyard! Every