Coldest Night of the Year Walk (Ages 15-29)

City Hall 1 Centennial Square, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

The Coldest Night of the Year is a winterrific family-friendly walk to raise money for local charities serving people experiencing hurt, hunger, and homelessness. Let's walk together! What to Bring Schedule

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Eco-Anxiety Creek Restoration (Ages 15 – 29)

Bee Street Bee St, Oak Bay, Canada

Join Volunteer Victoria, the CRD & Friends of Bower Creek Society to learn more about Victoria's local environment. The team will walk you through what our eco-systems look like, how they work within the city, and encourage you to help with some restoration. Please ensure you bring clothes that are able to get dirty. The rest will be provided!

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Talk from Jeffrey with Global Activators (Ages 15-29)

Are you aged 16-24, passionate about protecting our living planet, wanting to take effective action, and make friends across the world? If yes, Global Activators wants you to join them! Global Activators is a charitable organization with the mission of protecting life on Earth. They aim to both secure biological diversity (i.e. the variety of living species on our planet) and advance the solutions to the climate crisis. Of course these global problems are huge, and individual actions like recycling &hellip read more

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Learn about Victoria’s Watersheds! (Ages 15-29)

Volunteer Victoria Office 620 View Street, Victoria, BC, Canada

Join Volunteer Victoria & the CRD to learn more about Watersheds. This is a field trip that will leave Victoria, and head up towards Shawnigan. We will be on a bus, and snacks will be provided. We will have the opportunity to get off the bus and walk around while having hands-on learning opportunities.

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Volunteer Victoria x Dakini Tidal Wilds Workshop (Ages 15-29)

Volunteer Victoria Office 602-620 View St, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Join marine biologist Amanda Swinimer to discover local seaweed species and learn about their edibility, health properties. Although Amanda loves being out in the ocean among the kelp, she is equally passionate about teaching people about our local seaweeds and the enormous health benefits they possess. Amanda has years of experience teaching to a very diverse audience. She has taught in both elementary and high schools, at the University of Victoria, Royal Roads University, Bamfield Marine Sciences Centre and to private groups. Amanda holds &hellip read more

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