From July 31 to August 5, Lumsden Beach Camp welcomed young adults to build a community and explore our camp's diverse property. Adventurous Journey saw a small group of youth pack up and camp off-site for 5 days. They learned about leave no trace principles, camping skills, first aid,
Culture Camp July 8-14 "Drama Theme" The camp that was hosted by kâniyâsihk Culture Camps was for ages 8-12 year olds but it was not strictly for those age groups. We had a lot of things happening this entire week. There were visitors from Ochapawace First Nation that wanted to know
The grades 4/5s would like to thank SaskOutdoors for their generous support. This fall we went to Wanuskewin and the Forestry Farm & Zoo. The students learned about First Nations heritage and Indigenous ways of knowing as well as the introduction of settlers to Saskatchewan. The students
Thank you so much SaskOutdoors! Our students had an opportunity to go to Wanuskewin and experience a tipi raising as well as First Nations technology. We learned how First Nations People lived and respected the land. Our day finished off by going on a hike through the beautiful valley.
The Sākewew Permaculture and Treaty Education program has now completed its third year of in-school and in-forest programming with grade nine students at Sākewew High School in North Battleford. The program is comprised of a series of half-day sessions with diverse and talented NatureQuest
2015 Nimis Kahpimotate---Sister Journey---Intercultural Canoe Trip The 2015 Sister Journey, being the fourth year of the program, was initially designed as a “returnee” experience with the intention of building upon previous relationships and skills. Thus invitations were sent out
After months of planning by a core group of First Nations and non-First Nations women, applications were received, in April, for the 2014 Nimis Kahpimotate trip. Participants were selected from a wide range of backgrounds, with two returnees from last year, thus adding to stability of the group.