A little look around Kanaka during March and April.
We take a look at our popular program, that can be taught either in the classroom or outside.
We take a virtual walk in Albion Park, as the students of SRT have done so many times.
As always, we are on hand to measure the water temperature, pH, and turbidity of our favorite tributary Spencer Creek.
Somewhere on lower Kanaka Creek, common garter snakes emerge from their winter den to commence their mating rituals, as many males vie for the female.
Teachers from c̓əsqənelə elementary release their classroom reared fry at the Kanaka Creek Watershed Stewardship Center.