The outside of the Nature Trailer draws people in to discover the wonders of local biodiversity.

The Allan Brooks Nature Trailer is now available for school bookings through March 2016! The trailer's current educational theme is Grassland Habitat Connectivity, which looks at how grassland animals survive and find resources in grassland ecosystems. The hands-on activities provide an interactive way for all-ages to learn about wildlife corridors, and how everyday choices and chance both influence local biodiversity, and our own water supply. Learning about Keeping Nature in Our Future extends the Biodiversity Conservation Strategy of the South Okanagan-Similkameen Conservation Program and OCCP partners.

The new trailer has already been hosted at numerous events, from Armstrong all the way to Penticton. Over 16 organizations provided either funding or in-kind support for the Nature Trailer. Coordinated in partnership with the Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program, the Okanagan-Similkameen Stewardship Society and the Allan Brooks Nature Centre, the Nature Trailer is currently receiving funding from Environment Canada's EcoAction Community Grant program, Telus, the Vancouver Foundation, and the Honda Canada Foundation, among others.

If you would like to book the trailer, or would like more info, please see: the Allan Brooks Nature Centre website or send an email to: education[at]