The Ktunaxa story of Lightning, Thunder, Fox, and Coyote with Nasuʔkin (Chief) Joe Pierre:
Using the Ktunaxa story of Lighting, Thunder, Fox and Coyote, Nasuʔkin (Chief) Joe Pierre takes you on a story journey that encircles our Mother Earth. After this, he shares some of his insights into this story and how these lessons can be applied to the times we find ourselves in. We hope that you will come along for this journey with the fox and coyote brothers. It’s a good one. (Shared by Columbia Basin Environmental Education Network)
Farm to School BC brings healthy, local and sustainable food into schools across British Columbia and provides students with hands-on learning opportunities that develop food literacy, all while strengthening the local food system and enhancing school and community connectedness.
Farm to school activities differ by school, but always include the following three elements:
- Healthy, Local Food
- Hands-on Learning
- School & Community Connectedness
Farm to School BC is a program of the Public Health Association of BC and is supported by the Province of British Columbia and the Provincial Health Services Authority.
See School Garden Mentorship opportunities, Food Activities, Learning from the Land and more!
NCCIE Teaching Resource Centre
Walking Curriculum document (compiled by P. Janicki)
Natural Curiosity (link to 2nd edition)