Stay Connected to Nature during COVID-19

With the guidance of our Board of Directors, we have taken immediate steps to join the global effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, asking our staff to work from home. However, rest assured that during this time we are still looking ahead to being able to host visitors at the Centre this season.

Our entire team at ABNC feels very connected to our community and our thoughts are with you all, please stay safe and healthy. Let’s support each other during this time.

It’s hard not to feel stressed and anxious, when all news items consist of COVID-19. Our lives dramatically changed within a short window, slowing our movement through our community.

So how do we stay connected and keep a calm presence during this time?

Here are a few reminders.

1. A breath of fresh air

Start your day with a deep breath and continue to do so throughout the day. Reach up to the sky to wake those lungs, muscles, and nerves!

2. Be mindful of how you are feeling

Check in with yourself. Are there certain parts of your body holding tension? Try stretching, or simply relaxing your shoulders.

3. Get out in Nature
Being outdoors, close to nature is proven to calm our minds and our souls.

4. Stay Connected to your community

Use technology to stay connected with loved ones, friends and neighbours.

5. Remain Healthy

Follow Social Distancing advice, wash your hands with lots of soap and water for 20 seconds.


Bringing nature to life in the Okanagan

Perched atop the grasslands just south of Vernon the Allan Brooks Nature Centre is your place to renew your natural curiosity and connect with the joys of nature. ABNC exists to provide a link between nature and people who appreciate nature’s intricate connection to life in the Okanagan – local residents and visitors of all ages and abilities… READ MORE

Our Society acknowledges that the land on which Allan Brooks Nature Centre occupies is in the northern part of the Suqnaquinx traditional and ancestral territory and that many descendants of the Syilx people still live here.

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