EARTH PATH summer camps served twenty seven young people between 6-12 years from June 24-28, July 8-12, and August 12-16. Activities revolved around plant and animal studies, nature-based crafts and games, pond life investigations, skills in enhancing forest awareness, and fort and shelter-building. Interwoven with core routines were plant, bird, and animal studies, harvesting and processing medicinal herbs and wild edibles, wildcrafting, tracking, and sensory awareness activities.
EARTH PATH programs on Fridays from Sept. 20 to Dec. 6 welcomed eleven girls and boys between the ages of 7-12 yrs. with mentors Corinne and Leiko. Activities included sharing and gratitude circles; stories and teachings from First Nation’s lore; fire-keeping; exploring; nature crafts and games and plant, bird, and animal studies.