Sybil Harrison here, Director of Learning Services at Camosun on the traditional territories of the Lkwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples. I attached a photo of the camas in the Garry oak meadow beside my house. The meadows this time of year are a beautiful reminder of the richness of this land. The trees, camas and rocks hold the stories of this place.
Fun fact about me, this fall I completed the Torres del Paine W trek in Patagonia Chile. (Ask me about sleeping in the men’s washroom).
Hi Sybil! Glad you could take part. So funny that I see you online more often than in person. Thanks for the pic of the camas in bloom.
Hello Sybil. I was at Camosun two years ago for Physics and Astronomy Articulation and was very impressed at how you appeared to be handling Acknowledgements and working with your local First Nations. It was inspirational and was at least part of what brought me into this FLO course. And I did see the Camas flowers in bloom as we hiked up the mountain.