Teaching about nature

A total of 350 youngsters from Raft River Elementary, Barriere Elementary and Chu Chua’s Neqweyqwelsten School take part in program

Some of the organizers of an interpretative program put on at Raft River show off masks

Some of the organizers of an interpretative program put on at the Raft River salmon viewing platform during three days last week show off masks used by youngsters during the program.

Pictured are (l-r) Tina Donald, Leon Eustache, Michelle McFady and Lauren Kadlun-Jones.

A total of 350 youngsters from Raft River Elementary, Barriere Elementary and Chu Chua’s Neqweyqwelsten School took part.

Agencies taking part included Simpcw First Nation, Wildsafe BC, Clearwater Trout Hatchery and BC Wildlife Federation.

 

 

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