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Sunday – where we hit the books . . .and the wetlands

Sunday May 21, 2017 After a beautiful spring night complete with chatty spring peepers and booming thunderclaps, we met Sunday morning in the Rebel Roots greenhouse. Building on some of our [...]

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From Forest Forage to Potluck Feast

Saturday May 20, Grey County It was a beautiful sunny Spring day when the Wild Plants Apprentices met up to have their first wild edible themed day! As soon as we exited the cars, it was only a [...]

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Tree Teachings

December Plants Apprenticeship Weekend 2016   We drove up Alexis’ driveway, excited for the weekend ahead of us, a few of our classmates were standing on the lawn, we waved, parked the car [...]

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A ‘Cliffy’ Tracking Adventure

Sunday, January 17, 2016 Beaver Valley, ON Weather: snowing: thick, fluffy; winds constant, ranging velocities, -10 (-14) We started our day with further investigation of one of yesterday’s [...]

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Tracking in the Krug Forest

Saturday, January 16, 2016 – Written by Lianna Vargas – 2nd Year Earth Tracks Tracking Apprentice We began our day at the Krug Brother’s Forest, an amazing expanse of wild land [...]

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The Spirit of Plants

  The Spirit of Plants Our August plants apprenticeship weekend took us deeper into some questions we had dipped into in previous months, questions on engaging with the spiritual aspects of the [...]

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The Wisdom of the Marks

The site of a porcupine, raccoon and flying squirrel holes in this big old Basswood tree Saturday and Sunday, July 26th, 2015 Written by Tamara Anderson – 2nd year Tracking Apprentice In [...]

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Of spring flowers, forest nibbles and an edible feast…

Of spring flowers, forest nibbles and an edible feast… Our May plants apprenticeship weekend got off to an early start for those of us who were able to camp out at Alexis and Bobbi’s place on [...]

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Down in the Valley: A focus on snow trailing and animal gaits

 On a cold and windy January Saturday we met in the Beaver Valley to start our weekend of tracking and trailing.  Most of us were on snowshoes, skimming across the layers of snow and [...]