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Noticing Nature Walk
 
 

Upcoming Events

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Kids in the Garden

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Fire Making Methods

Summer Camp

 

Past Events

Knowledge for Every Level

Noticing Nature Walk

  • Local Alberta species

  • Indoor and outdoor portions

  • Animal Tracking

  • Animal Sign

  • Animal Behaviour

  • Edible and Medicinal Plants

  • Medicinal Mushrooms

Do-Touch Interactive Natural History Event: All Ages

Want to learn about animals and traditional skills? 

Want a fun, educational activity for all ages?

We believe the funnest way to learn is hands-on and asking questions! Adam Hope, naturalist with a BSc in Animal Biology and Jess Wilde, wilderness educator, will be bringing the coolest natural items they have made or found.

Thiel's Greenhouse Day

Collaboration of a falconer, entomology specialists and Jess Wilde at Thiel's Greenhouse in Bruderheim.

Kids Nature Day

  • Nature Connection Exercises

  • Exploring Edible And Medicinal plants

  • Predator Vs. Prey Tag Game

  • Food Forest

 

About the instructor

Jess Wilde is passionate about wilderness survival skills. She loves to combine traditional skills with modern tools, and serious instruction with educational games. She has taught people from ages 7-55 and is a wilderness skills enthusiast. In her spare time you can find her doing anything from hiking and foraging to making tools and baskets.

 

Testimonials

 

"Several years ago Jess began to inspire me with her knowledge and enthusiasm for identifying and using plants and fungi. She is adventurous and has an infectious love of nature. It has been empowering for me to learn from her- and also fun"

Kate Sowiak

 

Get in Touch

 

Links

Paul Kirtley

Paul Kirtley is from the UK and his blog is filled with informative and inspirational articles. This article discusses pushing your comfort zone and why you should never stop learning.

Wilderness Immersion Benefits

Forest bathing is a newer term for immersing yourself in the wilderness. Studies are being conducted on the effects on stress levels and happiness levels.