The BCWF Youth Programs is dedicated to increasing children’s appreciation and knowledge of the outdoors through a variety of educational programming. In response to COVID-19, we have revisited the structure of our summer camps this year and are excited to announce two new virtual programs – Camp Pass and Campgrounds. These programs will strengthen your child’s understanding of the environment through online and collaborative learning, while also creating new friendships along the way.
Camp Pass is a subscription service to make outdoor learning accessible for everyone from the comfort of their own homes. By subscribing to Camp Pass, families will have access to in-depth online tutorials, presentations, and resources that will grow their knowledge on contemporary environmental and conservation issues such as pollinators, climate change, and more.
Campgrounds is a virtual camp service that is meant to fill the gap of in-person camps this summer. Campgrounds will offer 5 to 9 unique weeks of programming (known as “campsites”). Once campers register, we will send them their camp kit with all the necessary program supplies for the week. When their campsite is open, campers will meet with their counsellor live over Zoom along with up to four other campers, to do activities together.