Land As Our First Teacher: Natural Curiosity in the Early Years

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Lake St. George Field Centre

950 Bethesda Side Road

Richmond Hill, ON L4E 3G2

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WAITING LIST: This workshop is full but we do sometimes have cancellations- please email Carley Borja at carley.borja@trca.ca to join the waiting list.


Land as Our First Teacher: Natural Curiosity in the Early Years

A full day of Land-based professional development for Early Years educators interested in learning more about the intersections between Indigenous approaches to Sacred Fire and Water Ceremony, and the pedagogy of play and Environmental Inquiry. Come spend the day at our Early Years Bush Centre at the headwaters of the Humber River at Lake St. George Field Centre with Gokoomis Jaque(line) Lavalley, Fire Keeper John Moore, the Natural Curiosity Team (Hopi Martin, Rosa Na, and Brenda Simon), and facilitated by Hopi Martin.


Cost includes breakfast and lunch.

WAITING LIST: This workshop is full but we do sometimes have cancellations- please email Carley Borja at carley.borja@trca.ca to join the waiting list.


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Richmond Hill, ON L4E 3G2

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