How would you like to spend your autumn?
Autumn is a magical time of year.
Let Wildernook facilitate a nature experience for you!
Whether you are looking to drop your child off at Nature Playcare, carve out space in your child’s week for special time with Nana and Papa through our Nature Grandparenting Program or share in your babies’ joyful first nature discoveries in Nature Baby, we hope you will join us for some nature play this fall!
We are also offering two brand new programs:
Damsels in Wilderness, for the strong, capable and outdoor-lovin’ 10-12 year old in your life.
Nature Tot, for the curious outdoor adventurer who is walking to two years old (info to be posted soon!).
Click on Events above or the image to the left for more information.
Wildernook Fresh Air Learning
Travel between worlds. Tuck into nature.
Wildernook represents your special place in nature - the secret nook that nurtured you as a child. A place where you felt safe to be yourself - playful, grounded and alive. You carry this connection to your special place as part of who you are. Wildernook is a space carved out for your attachment to the natural world to renew and branch out in new directions.
Wildernook is an education lab—a space for designing and facilitating learning experiences, not yet created. There are ample opportunities for nature learning in some demographics. The work of Wildernook is to chip away at the gaps.
Wildernook Fresh Air Learning is a social purpose business, which uses creative entrepreneurship to engage groups of people by demographic group. Through demographic-specific environmental programming, Wildernook adds dimension to the community engaged in environmental appreciation and stewardship.
Based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Wildernook offers Fresh Air Learning experiences to the greater Saskatoon area and communication services online.
Work with Wildernook.
Demographic-specific environmental programming
Curriculum-based program development
Paddle Canada Canoe instruction
Project WILD education training
The Journey to Wildernook.
“What type of work would you do if money were no object?” As a teacher, I’ve asked this question of my students, but never fully clarified what I'd put my energy into.
The birth of our son and the time I took off teaching to spend with him have been an incredible gift-- he's renewed in me a love for experiencing life. He reminds me to be present, to be humble, and to toss out all the 'shoulds' camped out in my pockets. My dream job doesn't exist on a job board. It's in doing the everyday work of reconnecting people to the land where they live.
Thank-you for listening and learning with Wildernook.
Certificate in Ecological Education, University of Saskatchewan
Bachelor of Arts, English, University of Saskatchewan
Bachelor of Education, Outdoor Experiential Education, Lakehead University
Masters in Environmental Studies, Environmental Education, York University
Environmental/Sustainability Education graduate diploma, York University
Lakewater Canoe Instructor
Wilderness First Aid Training
Project Wet, Project Wild, Below Zero Facilitator