The moment you’ve all been waiting for, I’m sure. The Ghost Bear Institute’s 2020 Annual Report. Enjoy!
Now that you’ve seen our favourite images from 2020, here are the images you liked the most. It’s always interesting for us to see what images you enjoyed – and that the algorithm liked (look, the same image twice!) – over the past year. And what a year it was…
Thanks to our continued time in the field gathering content for NatureLabs.ca, we were able to spend some quality time in Mount Robson and other key areas to bring the story of Canada’s biodiversity to life for high school students. In fact, this year was probably our luckiest year yet. We were able to capture some amazing stories with our cameras, gathering both still images and video to populate the five courses we are building for students.
1. Shop with meaning! By purchasing any item from our store, know that 100% of the proceeds will support Nature Labs. Looking for an image from our social media? Or a different type of print? Let us know ([email protected]), and […]
Ghost Bear Institute is proud to share with you our 2019 annual report. We’ve made some great progress in the development of Nature Labs, our signature project. It wouldn’t have been possible without your support and we can’t wait to […]
While Simon took a particular perspective in tying to save the spirit bear, he always believed the issue was about reconciling different perspectives to find a solution that would meet the needs of all stakeholders. And while nothing is ever perfect, the final plan that truly saved the bear was supported by over 90% of British Columbians, proving that we can find a better balance between the needs of people and nature without being disagreeable or advancing solutions that will divide.
This Earth Week, and every day, help us bring nature literacy to life for high school classrooms. What’s the colour game? Why do you pump your fist when driving through Nanton, Alberta? Why would you waddle through waist high snow, […]
Ghost Bear is very excited to announce a new partnership for Nature Labs – University of Calgary and the Werklund School of Education.We will be working together to promote experiential, inquiry and place-based education for their teachers-in-training, with Nature Labs […]