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Covid - 19 Procedures

     Kindness required

At Earth Elements the health and safety of our guests are our first priorities. During these trying times of navigating COVID-19 we are adapting our operational procedures to adhere strictly to the criteria from the below resources.

*WA State recommendations-

*CDC -

*WHO -

*WA State Parks -

*WA Department of Health - 

*Whatcom Department of Health -www.

*American Outdoors Association -

Restrictions and guidelines as follows

Updated 3/1/2022

*If you or anyone from your household is exhibiting symptoms of any illness including cold/flu/COVID-19 or have been in contact with anyone experiencing these symptoms within the past 7 days, rescheduling your tour is required. (please refer to our cancelation policy) 


*If you or another member begins expressing any symptoms of any illness including COVID-19 we will take immediate precautions and all guests must immediately return from the tour. 


*If you are 60 years old or older, or have chronic medical conditions such as heart disease, lung disease or diabetes, please contact your medical practitioners for recommendations of participation for your scheduled activity with Earth Elements.


*All guests are required to sign a Risk Assessment Waiver strictly adhering to all practices and guidelines set by Earth Elements meeting guidelines from, local, state and national derivatives prior to departing on their scheduled tour. Please be aware that we are legally required to ask certain health questions regarding COVID-19 and may also need to take your temperature for record.

*Please contact us with any further questions as we are here to personalize your trip to fit your comfort levels during these times. 

At Earth Elements we believe that nature is our best medicine.  Spending just 2 hours per week in nature is scientifically proven to help improve overall health and well-being by boosting our immune system, reducing stress and anxiety and increasing creativity and joy.  We are excited to meet you outdoors in the wild and sacred landscapes of the Salish Sea.

Until then, stay healthy, happy, and kind.  Please don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or concerns.

Laura Ward




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