Terranaut Club is a non-profit organization that specializes in STEM and environmental education, bringing girls and under-represented genders (girls+) ages 9-18 to the forefront of exciting, hands-on, immersive experiences in science and nature.
September Wildlife Program at Kejimkujik National Park & National Historic Site
There are a few seats remaining in our pay-what-you-can Intermediate Wildlife Conservation: Kejimkujik National Park & Historic Site program for BIPOC girls+ ages 12-15 this September 17-18. This program is offered in part with Diversity of Nature, a BIPOC-led and BIPOC-focused science outreach organization.
Visit Our Shop
Support Terranaut Club by purchasing our t-shirts and stickers in our Etsy shop. All proceeds support our mission to encourage girls+ to pursue STEM careers and become environmental leaders in their own communities.
Our mission is to empower and inspire girls+ to pursue STEM careers and become environmental leaders in their own communities. Specifically, we aim to work with disadvantaged and under-represented girls in Atlantic Canada, offering a range of free, subsidized, and paid programs.