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Ethnobotany Walk in Fish Trap Creek Park

Two presenters will conduct a guided walk around Fish Trap Creek Park (Maclure and Old Yale). The class is to meet presenters under the arbor, behind the baseball diamond at Elwood Park. Students will be given the opportunity to observe the wildlife and to recognize many plants used by the Stó:lō people.


  • Arrange the students into 2 groups prior to the presentation
  • Students must be dressed for the weather as the walk takes about 2 hours.
  • Presentation will continue rain or shine
  • Teachers need to provide own class transportation to and from the park.
  • Minimum of 2 adult supervisors necessary

Time Frame:

Two hours –morning or afternoon can be booked.


No charge for presentation.
There may be a separate transportation cost.
Schools to arrange and pay for transportation separately.


Monday - Friday (September, April, May and June only)

Additional Resources:

This video was created by Robert Bateman Secondary students and presented at our 2018 Halq'emeylem Celebration.
This video is about Ethnobotany with Lori Snyder.