Snowshoeing, XC Skiing and Forest Education for local middle school students funded in part by the WLCF Granting Program

School District #27 was successful in their 2019 Grant Application for funds to provide outdoor forest education and recreation opportunities at Bull Mountain.  Four grade 7 classes were able to participate, each taking part in 2.5 days of cross country skiing lessons and a half day of snowshoeing.

Thanks to teacher Martin Kruus for writing the grant application and taking the photos, Forest Professionals like Mauro Calabrese for enhancing the on-site lessons, Robin Dawes (the Bull Mountain Ski School Coordinator) and the Cariboo Woodlot Forest Education Society for supplementing the Community Forest’s $4000 grant with an additional $1000.


See the Williams Lake Tribune article here:

Outdoor Education students explore trails at Bull Mountain

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