Held at Forage & Farm

Partnered with Full Circle Adventures


The theme of this homeschooler forage is to learn about the needs of Wildlife . Food, shelter, water space and how this helps with outdoor shelters for people. Hands on learning about shelter building and staying safe outdoors, while discovering the animals' ways to shelter from the elements.


Recommended age: 8 and up


Choose from the follwoing dates:

Wednesday, Apr. 13 9:30 to 12:30

Wednesday, April 27 9:30 to 12:30

Sunday Apr. 24 9:30 to noon


Price is per person


Good winter boots and/or snowshoes are both acceptable. And bring your own thermos of hot water as we will be gathering some items to make a delicious wild tea.


A map of the location will be sent to all registrants closer to the day.


About your guide: 

Julie Walker is the owner and program director behind Full Circle Adventures which has been connecting people to nature for over 20 years. Her wild, edible plant walks offer you a window into the intelligence of nature. Her mission is to inspire a deeper connection between you and the eco-regions you share and love, through nature's wild edibles. 


The relationships between the trees, plants and animals show us the natural community of the web of life.  In becoming part of the web, we gain a sense of place and belonging to the land where we live. 


You are invited to Re-wild yourself on this Edible Plant outing and begin the journey of more intimately knowing nature!


Register now, as this event has limited space, and will sell out.

Though the event is weather dependent, unless it is extremely cold we will plan to go out and enjoy regardless of the conditions, so be prepared to dress warm if it is a cooler day.


Homeschooler Foraging Tour - Wildlife Needs