The Exploration Place

 Support Us

There are many ways you can support The Explortion Place and its commitment to youth, our community and our natural environment.  



Volunteering at The Exploration Place

We are looking for volunteers!

Volunteering at The Exploration Place provides you with great hands-on career-related experience related to curatorial work, animal and plant care, heritage interpretation, teaching & learning, visitor services, and more!

And you are helping a local non-profit charity organization!

Our Supporters

An incredibly big thank-you to all of our supporters in 2022-2023 and those who have continuously supported us over the years.

Main Funders

Government of Canada

Government of BC

Regional District of Fraser fort george

British Columbia Arts Council

With Support from

Northern Development Initiatives Trust

Y.P. Heung Foundation

Novak Family Foundation

a generous private foundation

Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada (PacifiCan)

S.M. Blair Family Foundation

BC Museums Association

Canadian Association of science centres

Western Financial Group Communities Foundation

The Hamber Foundation


Prince George Community Foundation

Prince George Community Foundation

City of Prince George

City of Prince George

Supporter - Novatone


Supporter - Novatone

KMPG Foundation

Supporter - Novatone


City of Prince George


Our Sponsors

CBC Prince George

Engineers & Geoscientists of BC

Walmart Canada

Scouten Engineering


Viking Construction

Pine Centre Mall

IDL Projects


The Logo for the Repatriation Call to Action

 The logo for the Repatriation Call to Action was created by Sarah Jim, an emerging artist of mixed ancestry and a member of the  nation from the Tseycum village.

She holds a BFA from UVIC and conducts environmental restoration on her ancestral territory. Creating place-based artwork of her homelands and waters allows her to educate others about the importance of native plant food systems and coastal medicines in relation to the ecosystem and culture.

Sarah explains the elements used in the logo; “The moon and stars are ubiquitous entities that hold so much meaning for many. A moon in transition symbolizes the act of repatriation; communities are becoming whole again by receiving what truly belongs to them. The surrounding plants represent good medicine for this phase in life and stars are meant to give good wishes and represent ancestors.”