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How to Make Nature Your Classroom: Spring Splendour
In this FREE course, discover a wealth of spring activities students will love, and feel calm and confident taking your teaching outdoors!
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Registration opens on April 29th at noon. Click here for more info!
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Calling all Newcomer youth! Youth ages 12-16 connect to nature and others by volunteering weekly in High Park. Click for more details!
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Check out our online programs to connect to nature from wherever you are!
ReWild at Home
A selection of 1 hour, interactive online teambuilding programs for child and youth-aged groups who are meeting online. Click here for me!


Upcoming Events

Jun
17
Free
4:00 PM
Recognizing our eldest planetary Relatives -the minerals, we will reflect on their Teachings, Earth Medicines and the Life of the Soil. Through song and ceremony we will create and re-awaken mounds, home for the Three Sisters (Corn, Beans, Squash) and ReStory this traditional practice. Thank you to TD Park People Grants for funding this event.

Jun
19
Free
7:00 PM
Come on a Wonder Wander frolic and enjoy the fabulous Queer nature of our more-than-human Relatives. From Two Spirit teachings of Changing Ones, to stories of Queer Ecologies, learn about our inseparable connection to the Land, and just how Queer it really is! This walk is for everyone but we would like to extend a special invitation to the Two Spirit , Indigiqueer and 2SLGBTTQIA+ community. Thank you to the City of Toronto's ShowLoveTO for resourcing this event.

Jun
20
Free
1:00 PM
Our partners from Taiaiako'n Historical Preservation Society (THPS) have envisioned a ceremony to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day based on the theme of the Web of Life. Elders, Donna Powless (Snipe Clan, Cayuga of the Six Nations) and Catherine Tammaro Taǫmęˀšreˀ (Faithkeeper,Speckled Turtle Clan, Wyandot of Anderdon) will share Teachings on the key concept of Indigenous Knowledge regarding the interconnectedness of Natural World. Participants will experience the Teachings through the shared creation of a giant web stemming out from the Sacred Fire. Building on the web THPS will also ReStory Grandmother Spider, Right Relations and invite Spider back to the web.


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