Join Jade Harvey-Berrill, for this hands-on learning opportunity that will inspire and engage. Jade will share tools and resources available to aid in successful outdoor learning, with a focus on sharing how to implement small scale projects that tackle climate change at your school. From removing invasive species to sign creation there is something for any school environment, including how to build relationships with community organisations that can help support with resources.
This workshop will connect you to examples of project ideas that can be implemented to empower students in taking action against climate change and offers tools and resources available to enhance to support educators in their knowledge and understanding.
Jade is a Physical Geographer (BSc), Award winning Environmental Educator, Outdoor Instructor and Guide based in Revelstoke, BC.
Jade has been designing & delivering environmental education programs for over fifteen years, across four continents and seven countries. She runs Outreach and Events for the Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network (CBEEN) & The Outdoor Learning Store alongside her own educational consultancy 'Stoked on Science'. In 2022 she hosted online Pro-D workshops that reached over 10,000 educators across Canada and the US.