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  • Sunday, August 18, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Joany's Woods

    Passport to Nature: Forest Immersion

    The health and healing qualities of walking in a forest and connecting with nature are widely recognized. Journey into Joany's Woods with a small group to nourish a deep appreciation for the natural world. This will be a gentle, slow-pace walk that includes a series of sensory oriented invitations for relaxation and connection to the forest.

    Your guide, Katie will share her passion for forest walks and nature connections, and is offering this hike in partnership with the Global Institute of Forest Therapy. Please dress for the weather - will take place rain or shine. This walk is intended for adults.

    Registration is required, available on Eventbrite

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  • Sunday, August 25, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Newport Forest

    Passport to Nature: Summer Wildflowers

    Do you know the native wildflowers of summer? Learn what flowers are blooming at Newport Forest with Will Van Hemessen, botanist and ecologist, as we hike through this unique Carolinian floodplain forest. Biting insects and ticks are possible and participants should take appropriate precautions.

     

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  • Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Hawk Cliff Woods

    Passport to Nature: Monarch Migration

    Each September, armed with an insect net and a Wildlife Tagging License, Bruce Parker tags over 200 Monarch butterflies as part of an ongoing study by the Entomology Department of the University of Kansas.  Bruce has tagged over 3000 Monarchs since 1998. He is a member of Monarch Watch, Monarch Health, and Nature London.  His presentation will focus on the biology, tagging, and migration of the species.  Afterwards, we will look for butterflies in the nearby meadow.

    Registration is required, available on Eventbrite

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  • Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Five Points Forest

    Passport to Nature: Knitting in Nature

    Knitting is now widely recognized as a therapeutic and relaxing activity. What better way to make it even more soothing than by taking it outside! Bring a folding chair, your current project and join fellow knitting and crochet enthusiasts for two hours of crafting surrounded by beautiful scenery. Work on your creations while basking in the music of bird song and breathing in the fresh air around you. Meet new friends and get inspired. All knitting and crochet levels welcome.

     

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  • Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 01:00 PM
    Tanager Tract

    Passport to Nature: Tree Identification

    *Please note that physical copies of the booklet state that the event is Sunday, October 30th, which is incorrect. The correct event date is Saturday, October 26th.

    Why do we have so many kinds of trees? Join Donald Craig, a professional forester with over 40 years of experience in southern Ontario woodlands, for an interpretive hike through the Tanager Tract. Donald will identify trees in this significant Carolinian woodland, point out which ones are healthy or struggling and explain why they are growing where they are.

    Registration is required, available on Eventbrite

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