Program Content Highlights:
- Creating nature connection in your home and day to day life
- Storytelling and songs
- Adventures, wandering and tracking wildlife
- Wild edibles, medicinals, and hazard plants (identification and uses)
- Stewardship and taking care of the land
- Nature-based crafting
The Pine Project is a critical tool to help raise resilient, curious, life ranging humans who care about the world around them and have the skills to ask good questions about it. The Pine Project sparked a new love for nature within all of us and we have grown as a family because of it.— Oaks and Acorns participant
WEST END: King’s Mill Park / Etienne Brule Park
EAST END: Stan Wadlow Park
A payment plan is available. Bursaries are available through our Bursary Fund.
We’ll be accepting applications to register for the 2020/21 season starting on Wednesday, August 26th at noon!* To view availability and apply to register after that date, click the Registration button below and complete an application.
*We follow an application to register process – families apply to register a participant and after brief review, we’ll send you an email to confirm your acceptance in the program or follow up with some additional questions.
*Please note: We offer pre-registration to returning participants before this public registration date. Therefore, we’re not able guarantee program availability at open registration. However, we encourage you to sign up to waitlists! We typically see some turnover throughout the year and we’d love to let you know if a spot opens up.
We know that there may be increased interest in outdoor programming this year. Depending on registration demand, we may expand our programming beyond what is currently being offered. If you have specific requests or ideas, please feel free to reach out to our team at email@example.com.
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