Community Nature Nights are free, open invitation workshops intended to inspire curiosity, learning, and connection.
Each month, Oct – Jun, experienced mentors create a space for community members to grow their naturalist knowledge, tackle new outdoor skills, and explore mentoring techniques that support nature connection. Workshops vary in theme and location (in-person and online) to create opportunities for more people to engage in nature connection.
While workshops are geared towards adults, all ages who feel able to respectfully engage with a given theme are welcome (those under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). Join us to learn, laugh, and build connections with our human and more-than-human community!
Each workshop’s topic differs based on the mentor leading the experience. Past Nature Night topics have included:
- Nature connection and mentoring philosophy
- Carving / wood whittling
- Friction fire
- Nature Journaling
- Tree ID
- Basket weaving
- Foraging and wild foods