Earth Mentorship Programs

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Walk with Nature

Tapping into something ancient

Understand Bird Language

Learning to Listen

At home in the wild

Learn from wildlife

Eat wild plants

Practical living skills


Expand your senses

Learn to read the landscape


Being thankful

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*What's New*

Fall 2011
Designing NEW after school programs for youth in Muskoka

Sep 24th
Check out blog post from our regional Art of Mentoring Group

Oct 14th
Next EWC Tracking club Oct 31, 1pm
Stay tuned for the Muskoka monthly kids/youth skills program

June 30th
In Toronto running Nature Camps with PINE Project for July

Apr 21
Heading South for the 5th Empowering Ancient Ways

Apr 20
We are now writing Managed Forest Plans (MFTIP), e-mail us for information

Mar 27
Read a story from my Lynx Tracking experience - Tale of the Track Blog.

Mar 24
Empowering Ancient Ways is only 1 month away. Click Here to learn more.

March 23
Thank you to everyone who attended the March Break Retreat, what an amazing week!

March 8
View Mark Morey's blog on last weekends AOM tour.

Feb 25
Off to the Toronto Outdoor Adventure Show, Booth #452

Feb 22
March Break Nature Retreat is only 3 weeks away. Book your space before it fills!

Feb 16
Had a great day tracking Pine Marten, Porcupines & Foxs with Ganaraska Conservation Authority

Feb 14
Thanks to everyone who attended the Art of Mentoring talk in Huntsville last night.

Integrating Outdoor Education, Ancient Wilderness Skills & The Modern World



Earth Mentorship Programs no longer exists as an organization. All programs are now run under the banners of Sticks & Stones Wilderness School & The P.I.E. Project. See below for links to both of these organizations. I still write & approve MFTIP plans and can be contacted about this at: 705-635-1991


The PINE Project - Not for profit with a focus on children and youth nature connection experiences through summer camps, after school and home school programs

Sticks & Stones Wilderness School – Wilderness Skills & Stewardship Training for Adults