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24 February 2024 @ 2:00 pm 4:00 pm PST

Location: Nature House
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The first Stewardship Series session of 2024 will be a winter plant walk led by BCIT Instructor, Julia Alards-Tomalin. Julia will be sharing knowledge on how to identify native plants in the winter by looking at their buds, branches, and bark. The event will begin at the Nature House at 2pm.

Registration: THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. Please fill in our form to put your name on our waitlist.

This is just the first Stewardship Series event of the year, to see a list of all programs offered this year, please visit the Stewardship Series website

About the Speaker: Julia Alards-Tomalin is an instructor at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), in Burnaby, Canada. She studied Forestry and Ecological Restoration at BCIT and recently completed a Master of Education at Simon Fraser University. Her background is diverse, including horticulture, arboriculture, invasive species management and ecological restoration, but is united by a common theme of plants. In 2022 she was awarded the Teaching Excellence in Open Education Employee Excellence Award at BCIT and in 2023 was awarded an Open Education Award for Excellence in the Open Pedagogy category from OE Global. You can find her free resources, “Buds, Branches, and Bark” available online.

Stewardship Series: This is a series of webinars and in-person programs co-hosted by the Stanley Park Ecology Society and the Invasive Species Council of Metro Vancouver with the core theme of “Stewards Supporting Stewards”.

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