Sunday, March 5th, 2017 at 9:45am – 4pm
A daylong introduction to the art of wilderness awareness. We will venture into the forest to explore wildlife tracking, plant identification, bird language, nature connection and more. Through fun games and experiential activities we will build our awareness and connection of the natural world around us. We will be spending the day in Mount P’kols Park (Mt.Doug).
About the Instructor:
Jay Wade is a transformative mentor and group facilitator with over 13 years of experience designing and delivering fun and innovative nature connection programs. He has a degree in Environmental Studies and Biology, has worked as a wildlife ecologist and has studied primitive living skills at the Wilderness Awareness School and Tom Brown Jr.’s Tracker School.
Jay currently works as a Youth and Family Worker with the Vancouver School Board’s Take A Hike Program, helps coordinate the Pearson Seminar on Youth Leadership each summer at Pearson United World College and is a Certified Somatic Sex Educator helping guide people in their exploration of gender and sexuality.
Registration is required as space is limited.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register
or buy a ticket on eventbrite
COST: $15 – 35 sliding scale
We just added an eventbrite page to get your tickets for the day immersion: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/wilderness-awareness-immersion-tickets-32107997886
Register early as space is limited! We’re looking forward to a fun day in the forest!
Lunch and snacks provided- let us know if you have any restrictions when registering. Bring food and snaks to share if you please!
We will be meeting at the main Mount P’kols parking lot at 9:45 am. Please come 10-15mins early to check in.
Dress in warm layers! More details on what to bring will be emailed out closer to the date.