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To support teachers and students the Take a Stand team has compiled some valuable resources to support learning efforts as consistent with B.C.’s new curriculum. These include information about STAND film, the Great Bear Rainforest & Sea, Howe Sound, Our Salmon, and Outstanding Student films.  This supports the mission of the Take a Stand program – and its main tenet – in which we want to encourage the honest, passionate, and powerful voices of youth – as a major way forward toward ecological protection and conservation, through art, film, science, and tipping point actions in the community.

Stand Film

STAND takes students on a journey through the waters of British Columbia’s west coast into the heart of the largest temperate rainforest on the planet—the Great Bear Rainforest.

2022 Student Projects

2022 Student Projects

A showcase of inspiring youth-led projects and films from the winners and nominees of the Student Innovation Challenge.

Great Bear Rainforest VR

Great Bear Rainforest VR

Explore the Great Bear Rainforest (GBR) in virtual reality.

The VR videos showcase some of the Great Bear's most iconic species.

Great Bear Rainforest AR

Great Bear Rainforest AR

Explore the Great Bear Rainforest (GBR) in virtual reality.

The VR videos showcase some of the Great Bear's most iconic species.

Great Bear Expedition

Great Bear Expedition

Explore the Great Bear Rainforest (GBR) in virtual reality.

The VR videos showcase some of the Great Bear's most iconic species.

Howe Sound

Howe Sound

After being declared a dead zone from mining pollution the waters of Howe Sound are undergoing a miraculous recovery.

Our Salmon

Our Salmon

These educational resources will help you navigate some of the issues facing wild salmon so that you can take meaningful action and spearhead social change in your local community.

2021 Student Films and Projects

2021 Student Films and Projects

Outstanding films have been generated by youth as a result of our former video contest and current Community Innovation Challenge contest.