Connecting Students to Nature at the Seashore

Go with the tide and enjoy more than endless sand, sun and sea at Boundary Bay Regional Park. Immerse yourself in a west coast treasure that is home to an incredible variety of creatures, each uniquely adapted to living in this beautiful yet challenging environment.

This experiential workshop will get your feet wet (literally) and your head full of ideas to explore the shore with curiosity, wonder and respect. Regional park interpreters will help you use this inspiring outdoor classroom to connect students with nature. You'll learn activities and games to heighten participants' sensory awareness, focus learning and help them engage with nature at the seashore.


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To Bring/Important Notes

Please bring warm and waterproof layers as it is often windy at the beach and the excursion will run rain or shine. Wear rubber boots or shoes you can get dirty as we will be exploring the beach and walking on the mud flats.


1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Centennial Beach Boundary Bay Regional Park

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This workshops is held offsite at Centennial Beach Boundary Bay Regional Park - 541 Centennial Pkwy - Delta, BC - V4L 2L5 - Canada


  • Adria Hussain

    Adria earned her B.Ed in outdoor, experiencial, environmental education at Lakehead University in Ontario and has worked as an educator for ten years in British Columbia. She has worked at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, Stanley Park Ecology Society and as a coastal naturalist for Parks Canada. As a park interpreter with Metro Vancouver Regional Parks she connects people to nature through outdoor field trips, events and workshops.

  • Lori Bartley

    Lori is a Park Interpretation Specialist for Metro Vancouver Regional Parks. She is an award winning nature interpreter with over 25 years experience programming about the wonders and curiosities of our natural world. She is an avid naturalist, storyteller, puppeteer and singer who has dedicated her life to connecting people to nature.