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Home / Resources / Science / Life Science

Subject: Life Science

SeaDoc Society Videos on Youtube

The SeaDoc Society works to ensure the health of marine wildlife and their ecosystems through science and education. They strive to find science-based solutions for marine wildlife in the Salish

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Camas & the Garry Oak Ecosystem

Garry oak ecosystems, once a prominent feature of the pre-contact landscape of Coast Salish territories, were carefully tended gardens and farms growing spe:nxw (camas) as well as other edible and

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Seaquaria Ocean Education

Based in Victoria, British Columbia, Seaquaria delivers engaging education experiences to inspire the next generation of environmental stewards. Seaquaria Ocean Education is an initiative of World Fisheries Trust, a registered

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Native Plants on the South Coast

A great set of videos and information about native plants from the Royal BC Museum, including videos about how to tell the difference between western red cedar and yellow cedar.

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Nancy Turner, Ethobotanist

How are sword-ferns, whale hunting and bull kelp all connected? In this short video, Dr. Nancy Turner talks about some of the knowledge she has learned from her decades of

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