Finding Our Rhythm in Nature through a Seasonal Pedagogy 2022

About this event

Come spend 4 days and nights at the glacial headwaters of Gaabikanang Ziibi (Humber River) north of Tkaronto (Toronto) on the Oak Ridges Moraine learning to walk together with Doodoom Aki (Mother Earth) and Indigenous Peoples through a Seasonal Pedagogy at the ‘edge of the bush’. Each progressive day will bring participants deeper into a land-based experience of (re)creating a ‘Bush Learning Centre’ that will welcome children and families from all Four Directions to establish and maintain respectful relationships with Doodoom Aki (Mother Earth) and Indigenous Peoples of this Sacred Territory. This four-day experience offers the opportunity to develop a living relationship with an Ojibwe, land-based pedagogy/way of life that can support deepening knowledge of human development and education through Ceremony and multisensory, multigenerational learning.

Dates: Thursday August 11, 2022 - Sunday August 14, 2022 from 9:00am - 4:00 pm everyday

Lead Facilitator: Dr. Hopi Martin, Gichitwaa Oshkaabewis (Ojibwe Sacred Helper, Messenger, Fire Keeper, Lodge Caretaker) from Edge of the Bush.

Visit our Eventbrite page to purchase tickets and to learn more about this event. Use the code EARLYBIRD22 to receive 15% off!  


August 11, 2022 at 9:00am - August 14, 2022
Lake St. George Field Centre
950 Bethesda Side Rd
Richmond Hill, ON , ON L4E 3G2
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