Description: Join MineralsEd for a walk through beautiful Stanley Park, Vancouver to explore the geological history and formations of the Stanley Park area. During this 3-hour guided tour, participants will look for and examine evidence of rock-forming processes, surface processes, glaciation, and tectonic history of the area in an interactive and easy-to-understand way. This in-person field trip is intended to provide teachers with geoscience context of the Vancouver area, and the resources and know-how to conduct their own in-person or virtual Stanley Park GeoTour with their classes. Teachers will be provided a field trip guide and resource kit.
Participants will be responsible for their own transportation to/from Stanley Park. In order to maintain adequate social distance this field trip is limited to 8 participants - register early!
Registration ($10): https://bit.ly/3zM0VKl
Date: Friday, October 22, 2021
Meeting Time & Location: 8:15 am (PST) at Third Beach Concession Stand
Tour Time: 8:30 am-11:00 am
Important Notes: This is an outdoor field trip that involves some walking over unpaved and rocky and/or slippery surfaces. Dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy and comfortable shoes. There will be opportunities to collect geologic samples and take photographs. Bring the snacks and drinks you will need for the day. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available to participants during the tour, but we strongly encourage you to bring your own.
What to Bring: Closed-toe walking shoes, camera, notebook, pen/pencil/permanent marker, backpack, plastic bags (for collecting samples), snacks and lunch, water, face mask, hand sanitizer, and CURIOSITY!
***This field trip is intended for B.C. K-12 teachers. If you are not a B.C. K-12 teacher, you will be moved onto the waitlist and only confirmed pending available room after registration closes**