Please join Stewardship Pemberton Society to celebrate the 36th Annual BC Rivers Day and our 10 year anniversary on Sunday September 25th from 11-2 at the One Mile Lake Nature Centre. Everybody is welcome - rain or shine! This year feels like a landmark thanks to the support of our funders and supporters (Thank you!!) … Continue reading Embrace the watershed: Stewardship Pemberton invites you to BC Rivers Day, Sunday 11-2
Thanks to Shannon Didier for sharing this information. The Pemberton Fruit Tree Project is a Stewardship Pemberton Society ‘Feasting For Change’ initiative. The project aims to harvest fruit from private trees that would otherwise go to waste, or act as a bear attractant. The fruit will be equally distributed between the homeowners, volunteer pickers, and … Continue reading The Pemberton Fruit Tree Project needs pickers, trees
In the spring, Stewardship Pemberton Society was invited to a workshop in Vancouver: Finding Common Ground hosted by the Sustainable Food Systems Working Group who aim to get more BC food on more BC plates. Long story short, the B.C. Agri-Food and Seafood Strategic Growth Plan put forward by the Provincial government aims to increase domestic … Continue reading Collaboration (as told by the stars)
Spend your summer making a difference. Stewardship Pemberton has openings this summer for two students (15 - 30 years of age) to help with the children's and community outreach programs underway this summer. You need to like helping things grow - little people, food, trees, community...
When Dawn Johnson dreams, she dreams impossible dreams. Instead of home schooling her kids or putting them in Waldorf, she dreams of inspiring the administrators and teachers of School District 48 to think outside the classroom box by sharing statistics at PD Days about the tangible benefits of nature education. She dreams of kids who … Continue reading Want to go halves in an orchard?
Animal tracker, Nature Camp instructor, naturalist and environmental educator, Kathy Jenkins, posted this on her Facebook page recently... a little inhabitant in her garden that reminds us that this backyard of ours is habitat, first, for many other living things. Like this long-toed salamander. (And friends.) The Long-toed Salamander is a slender salamander, about 8.5 … Continue reading Seasonal observations: long-toed salamander
Animal Trackers is just one of the programs on offer at One Mile Lake Nature Center this spring. Sign up now, for your 7-9 year old to join naturalist and environmental educator, Kathy Jenkins, learning about different animals from around the valley. This will be an outdoor adventure rain or shine on Thursdays. Kids will … Continue reading Sign up your 3-11 year olds for One Mile Lake Nature Centre’s spring programs
Don't forget to vote for Stewardship Pemberton Society to help them win $10,000 in the B.C. Hydro Community Champions Award! Voting is easy. You don't have to register or provide any personal information. Just click. It takes literally 3 seconds. And you can do it every day until November 30th. Click on the link here … Continue reading There’s just one week left to cast some votes for Stewardship Pemberton to win $10,000 from BC Hydro
"You don't love what you don't know." Help one of Pemberton's most dynamic organisations secure funding support from BC Hydro. Click to vote, here. Vote every day between now and November 30. And take a few minutes to watch the video, so you can see just how much amazing work Stewardship Pemberton is doing.
Power of the river is pretty much top of mind this week. Rivers are the arteries of our planet; they are lifelines in the truest sense. ~ Mark Angelo Stewardship Pemberton have been inviting us to pay attention, get into the flow of things and celebrate the rivers and streams, every year, and their BC … Continue reading Celebrate BC Rivers Day at One Mile Lake, 11-2, Sunday 27 September