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Flora locale: i suoi utilizzi

Flora locale: i suoi utilizzi

Duration:2 ore in totale
Includes:Attrezzatura
Languages:Offerto in Inglese

Informazioni sull'host

Kushi Opi Mani Wi, or Starla Bob, is a West Coast Salish woman of the Cowichan Tribes, Snuneymuxw First Nation peoples. She was born, raised, and grown in Vancouver in Squamish Nation territories. Starla works across all departments of the Stanley Park Ecology Society (SPES)—in Conservation, Public Education and Outreach, and School Programs. Starla began her professional relationship with SPES in…
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Stanley Park Ecology Society

Informazioni su Stanley Park Ecological Society

Stanley Park Ecology Society has been operating for 30 years, aiming to connect people to local ecology. Every year we connect thousands of people with nature through our educators whilst our conservation team leads community volunteers in habitat restoration and wildlife monitoring. SPES advisers the Vancouver Park Board and provides baseline information on conservation issues in the Park.
Si tratta di un'esperienza a impatto sociale , che prevede che il 100% dell'importo pagato vada a Stanley Park Ecological Society. .

Cosa faremo

We will meet at the #19 Stanley Park bus loop located at Rose Garden Lane where you will Discover Spapayeq (Stanley Park)—the traditional, and unceded land of the Musqueam, Squamish Nation, and Tsleil-Waututh First Nation people. Walk through the forest and bathe in Coast Salish knowledge of cedar and hemlock, learning through storytelling. Continue the walk down to Xwáýxway (Lumberman’s Arch)…

Cos'altro dovresti sapere

This walk is closely linked to local ecosystems and will address plant use and plant harvesting in a sustainable way. No harvesting will be done in this walk. Trails are very easy and accessible

Cosa fornirò

Attrezzatura
Plant guide First Aid kid

Recensioni degli ospiti

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Dove ti troverai

From the Stanley Park Bus Loop, we examine plants immediately found in the surrounding recreational area to appreciate our humble neighborhood plants that are often seen as weeds. Then, we head to Xwáýxway (Lumberman's Arch) and talk about the dominant trees and shrubs of the Pacific Northwest. Along the Seawall, we touch on the various uses of seaweed and shore-dwelling plants. Lastly, we visit Axachu7( Beaver Lake) to see plants of our wetland

Cosa tenere a mente

Termini di cancellazione

È possibile cancellare e ottenere il rimborso totale di qualsiasi esperienza entro 24 ore dall'acquisto.

Termini di comunicazione

Comunica sempre attraverso Airbnb. Per proteggere i tuoi pagamenti, non trasferire mai del denaro e non comunicare al di fuori del sito web o dell'app di Airbnb.

Requisiti degli ospiti

Possono partecipare fino a 10 ospiti di almeno 12 anni. Inoltre, i genitori possono portare figli di età inferiore a 2 anni. Guests are advised to wear comfortable clothing and practical shoes.

Altri consigli

This walk is closely linked to local ecosystems and will address plant use and plant harvesting in a sustainable way. No harvesting will be done in this walk. Trails are very easy and accessible
Stanley Park Ecology Society
Flora locale: i suoi utilizzi
1 recensione
20€ a persona
1 recensione
20€ a persona