UPDATE February 10 2021

Due to the most recent COVID-19 BC Provincial Public Health Order by Dr. Bonnie Henry on February 5, 2021 and updated on the Province’s website 8 February, ARMS will be offering a limited range of structured environmental activities including eco-camps, workshops and field trips for children, teachers and parents.  All activities will be hosted by a qualified adult with attention paid to COVID-19 safety measures.  Note: Virtual workshop options are planned for the near future.

Please email education@alouetteriver.org for booking inquiries.

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ARMS field trips take place at the River Heritage Centre and Allco Fish Hatchery.  The hatchery has been running since 1979 and is operated by BC Corrections Officers and supervised inmate crews.  Please check out “A River of Change” – Youtube video to learn more about the amazing work done by BC Corrections at the Allco Fish Hatchery.

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Allco Fish Hatchery Tours

This tour includes an introduction to the salmon life cycle, a tour of the Allco Fish Hatchery and view our rainbow trout during a feeding frenzy. In the Fall students…
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Watershed Education Tour

This is a unique all day field trip for grades 3-7. Students learn hands on about the watershed, salmon life cycle, pollution, aquatic life, forest and stream ecology. Students participate…
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Junior Watershed Education Tour

Purpose The primary objective is to increase the level of public awareness and stewardship in the Alouette Watershed and Maple Ridge area. It is ARMS goal to educate and empower…