The SṈIDȻEȽ Resiliency Project is always happy to host groups and classes to restore and learn about this special place's cultural and ecological connections. Students can spend the day learning from W̱SÁNEĆ knowledge keepers while participating in the community effort to heal the lands surrounding the inlet.
PEPÁḴEṈ HÁUTW̱ school program is located on the grounds of the W̱SÁNEĆ tribal school. Outside visitors are not allowed on school grounds without permission. Don't hesitate to contact us if you want to learn more about our exciting program at this school.
Please read about our work on revitalizing traditional ecosystem restoration and developing educational resources.
We support reciprocal, relevant, respectful and educational collaborations between individuals outside the W̱SÁNEĆ First Nations.
All the Learning on the Land groups meets at our toolshed (beside the washrooms). Look out for our Restoration in Progress Sign.
Join PEPÁḴEṈ HÁUTW̱ in healing W̱SÁNEĆ territory through inasive plant removal! Make sure to bring lots of water and a lunch. -Tools, traini...
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Our team has experience in horticulture. On any given day, you could pull out invasive species, move brush, or plant seeds. Come with an open mind to learn and get your hands dirty.
Good question! Please bring a lunch bag, water and any snacks you need for the day. We stop for lunch and laughs between 12 - 1 pm. Bring a good pair of boots, garden clothes and gloves for working. We have gardening equipment to get you started.
Every day varies on the needs of the land. Our current goal for spring is to remove the invasive species to let the natural plants resurge in the SṈIDȻEȽ area.
We meet all the Learning on the Land groups at our toolshed (beside the washrooms). Look out for our Restoration in Progress Sign.
Tod Inlet, Wallace Dr, Victoria, British Columbia V9E 2A2, Canada
By car: Park at the Wallace Drive gate and walk 10-15 min down the trail marked in blue on the map.
By bus: Take #75 or #81 to the bus stop at the end of Benvenuto Ave (outside Butchart Gardens) and walk 5 min down the trail from the Benvenuto Ave gate, linking with the trail marked in blue on the map.