Field Trip Programs

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Who Eats Who (Grades 4-7)

Discover how organisms interact and depend on each other. Students will explore food webs, producers and consumers, and ecosystem levels. With hands-on activities, students will discover how local plants and animals are connected, explore what sustains a healthy sub-alpine ecosystem, and learn how human actions cause positive or negative impacts. 

Terms covered: ecosystem, biosphere, organisms, cycle, food chain, food web, photosynthesis, sustainability, stewardship, producer, consumer, decomposer, micro-organisms, niche, population, species, community, biomes, detrivores, herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, predator, prey, adaptations, habitat

Applicable BIg Ideas

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Book your visit

Ready to book your field trip? 
1. Choose the date(s) that suit your group’s schedule. To qualify for education pricing, your group must consist of 75% school-aged students. 

2. Select your activities. Up to 3 guided sessions are included in a full five-hour day. We recommend one curriculum session, one adventure activity, and a hiwus Feasthouse presentation. 

3. Contact us — call us at 604.980.9311, send an email to education@grousemountain.com, or use our online booking form below


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