We Are Hiring!

NatureKids BC is hiring a new Executive Director to join our hardworking team... could it be you?

Help us along the path to success - let's create a generation of BC children who love nature and have the skills, knowledge and motivation to take action for nature
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Launching this summer: Ridge Meadows & Otter Home Learners!


NatureKids BC's reach continues to grow as we eagerly announce two new NatureKids clubs opening this summer - Ridge Meadows & Otter Home Learners! If you know friends or family in these areas please encourage them to join. Explorer Days to be posted soon.

Go here to register for a new membership!

NatureKids BC Welcomes Summer Staff!


Introducing Kristina..

Kristina is a SFU Biology and English undergraduate student whose life mission is to protect the planet and the species that inhabit it, from the smallest of birds to the biggest of bears.

She’s passionate about connecting others to the diverse ecosystems surrounding them; having previously worked at Science World as a Science Facilitator and with Parks Canada as a Coastal Naturalist, she has plentiful experience doing just that!

In her spare time, you’ll likely find her exploring local thrift stores and flea markets, napping with her two cats, or combing a beach for local marine critters.


Having been outdoors horseback riding or playing with caterpillars (gently!) for much of her childhood, Kristina understands how important large doses of nature are to a child’s health and happiness. Seeing as NatureKids facilitates these nature doses for families in BC, she’s excited to be working with an organization that feels the same way that she does about BC’s natural spaces! This summer Kristina will be helping NatureKids BC update and refresh our website-- stay tuned!

Kristina's position has been made possible through the Federal Government's Canada Summer Jobs Program. 

Happy First Birthday as NatureKids BC

NatureKids BC celebrated  a year of outdoor exploration and stewardship
 on May 7th at our AGM in Campbell Valley.

On May 7th we celebrated our 16th year of connecting children with nature and our first year with our new name NatureKids BC! Read all about it here in the 2015 Annual Report.