Summer Gap Program - Discover Québec

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Autumn is the season of hard work, organization and winter preparations. The legendary bird migrations of thousands of Canada geese, songbirds and ducks indicate the beginning of colder weather. Many rescued animals including black bear, deer and raccoon are being released into the wild.

These fall sessions foster respect for self, others and the Land by empowering students to assume greater accountability and responsibility. Students may work with Siberian huskies, Canadian heritage horses and rescued animals while on the Earth Studies campus.

Students learn about Native American cultures; their worldviews and traditional ecological knowledge. Your creative journaling and photography will testify to the diversity and beauty of your travels to the many different State, provincial and national parks. You will gain greater appreciation for North America and it's people.

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About International School for Earth Studies

The International School for Earth Studies is a facility dedicated to environmental conservation and animal behavior in Ladysmith, Québec. Award winning sustainability and good environmental practices, Earth Studies offers programs that immerse youth...