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Environmental & Wellness Education Programs

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Environmental Education Programs for Children, Individuals, Families & Groups.

Environmental education is not only fun and rewarding but can reduce stress, improve your sense of well-being, all in a supportive and safe space.

Our programs offer a diverse range of environmental and wellness education, including gardening, regenerative agriculture, land stewardship,  fitness, yoga, dance, arts, and ecology. 

We provide the resources, and together with you we bring them to life.

Here are just a few examples of programs that we’ve set up on the past for local groups:

  • Creating local greenspaces and raised garden beds in the community
  • Partnering with local businesses to offer dance, yoga, exercise with an environmental twist

We have a great time setting up children’s programs.  We know it’s more fun when you can get your hands dirty and take something home.  Here are just a few examples:

  • Pop-up planting stations —
  • Creation of egg-carton gardens
  • Creation of micro-terrariums

We provide the resources, and together with you we bring them to life.

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Examples of some of the other programs available:

More about some of the Wellness & Environment Programs

Our friends at CrossFit Summa have worked with us to share healthy experiences and together we’ve set up a raised garden bed by the gym that is wheelchair accessible.

Yoga is well-known for its ability to improve physical fitness, but it goes beyond that and can also encourage collective action that benefits both the community and the environment.

Yoga principles can promote a mindset where you start to evaluate how your behavior impacts the environment and the wider community by encouraging you to be more engaged and aware of your natural environment. Your relationship with your environment plays a crucial role in your health and well being. You, your environment, and your communities are inextricably interconnected. 

Dance has a unique and inherent connection to space and targets the environmental and cultural value systems that determine how you interact with your environment. Dance underlines the connectivity of physicality and setting. 

For example, you can enlist the environment as a choreographic tool to draw attention to the beauty and uses of nature. This often allows you to become more aware of your surroundings and enjoy it for what it is, and also highlights how we all need a more sustainable approach in our culture to preserve nature—and ultimately ourselves.