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  1. Meeting the Wild Children of PEI

    Hanna Hameline's blog A second Sierra Club Wild Child Nature Immersion Program is underway in PEI, only this time: it’s winter fun!  It is truly an amazing experience to slow down and let our imaginations wonder. At one visit, the kids and I made up ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  2. The Taste of a Tree!

    Hanna Hameline's blog I journey my way through Charlottetown, meeting some of the most interesting individuals with the most profound messages and ideas you could imagine encountering. What do I do? I play with kids in nature!!   Over the past month, ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  3. Wait, were these alive before?!

    Hanna Hameline's blog Two weeks of stormy, cold, snowy weather can put quite the damper on outdoor fun... so sometimes you have to bring “the wild” inside!   On the days where it is too cold for the little ones to venture out into the snow, there is ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  4. Wild Child and the Community

    Hanna Hameline's blog The last two weeks has really shown me that there is a large amount of community interest and support to get children back into nature. Perhaps you saw the segment on CBC’s Compass with Boomer or made it out to the fundraiser fo ...

    2015-11-16 16:26

  5. Off on New Adventures!

    Laine Brehaut's blog I'm so excited to start this adventure with the children of PEI! There is magic in nature. As a small kid growing up in the PEI countryside I climbed trees, swam in streams, & watched the shadows of clouds race by on the ...

    2015-11-17 15:16

  6. It's as Easy as Getting Outside.

    Laine Brehaut's blog Wild Child is all about learning the art of being in nature. We work to help the children deepen the understanding of the world they sense, and build up the knowledge of connection a little bit at a time. One of the most importan ...

    2015-11-26 16:09

  7. Halifax Diverse Naturalizes Your Yard

    David Foster's blog Do you know the impact that gardening with native plants can have on local wildlife? Bill Freedman does! As a professor of ecology and long-time practitioner of the principles of naturalization, he wants to spread the word about t ...

    2016-03-29 12:28

  8. Halifax Diverse Walks the spooky side of Halifax- Oct. 29th

    David Foster's blog This October we're taking a walk on the spookier side of things in the Halifax Commons area. We're going to be guided by expert historian and author, Blair Beed, who will show us the area around and including the Halifax ...

    2016-03-29 14:25

  9. Discover McNabs Island with Waterfront Development

    David Foster's blog Discover McNabs like never before, with Waterfront Development and Halifax Diverse This unique, one time event offers you the opportunity to visit McNabs Island, receive two 1-hour guided walks by expert historians and naturalists ...

    2016-03-29 14:54

  10. Halifax Goes Wild Photo Contest

    David Foster's blog Give us your best shot for the Halifax Goes Wild photo contest! Show off your photo skills and the city’s green spaces in our photo contest, with prizes provided by Atlantic Photo Supply. Here's the answers to all your questi ...

    2016-03-29 14:59