|The North Coast Ecology Centre Container at the|
Lax Süülda Container Market is now open for a
summer season of fun and learning in Prince Rupert
As we outlined earlier this week, the North Coast Ecology Centre has opened their much anticipated space on the Promenade area of the Cow Bay waterfront area.
That with their Blue Container exhibition space as part of the Lax Süülda Container Market, that a partnership with Tourism Prince Rupert.
The permanent space is a follow up to last years successful Pop Up Ecology Centre program, with the new space offering up additional space to showcase the range of exhibits that they have in mind for the summer season.
|The First visitors of the year checked out the new|
exhibit space for the North Coast Ecology Centre
last week (Images from NCES)
The North Coast Ecology Society introduced their new space to the public officially yesterday, with an information release that outlines what the focus will be this summer and the scope of partners that helped them put their space in place.
The North Coast Ecology Centre is a place where locals and tourists can come to learn about the incredible aquatic and terrestrial ecology of the region. Visitors to the centre can come face-to-face with marine invertebrates like sea cucumbers, anemones and crabs showcased in the five salt water exhibits, get their hands wet in the touch tank, explore artifacts from local land mammals, and learn from knowledgeable, local staff and volunteers that bring coastal ecology to life.