Time for Integration @WildCraftPlay’sCool

It’s time for Integrating the lessons of the year @WildCraftPlay. Sending big thanks to all of our teachers, mentors, guides, ancestors, children and Nature for all of the gifts provided this year.  This has been a whirl wind of incredible creation, completion, change and integration.  Now it seems a good time to go within and allow the dust to settle. … Read More

The story of the Wild Craft Play Nov 4th Special Day

The story of the Wild Craft Play Nov 4th Special Day For those of you who missed this extraordinary day You will find highlights below Of Ogre’s tales, youth sharing skills And archery in the snow. Navigate downwards And pleasantly you shall find Stories that require, imagination And an open mind. Gratitude (in the Northeast) Thank you, to all of … Read More

He walx like a fox.

Yep, you read it right. He walx like a fox! Today was such an inspiring day, I had to write a post about it.  I feel so privileged and blessed to be an Adventure Interventionist with trust and permission from family and education system to get a child outside every week!  For over 5 years, I have worked with the … Read More

Hummingbird Guides Training – coming soon!

Hummingbird Guides Training is coming soon! Thanks to The Nature of Play Conference – Hosted by the Nanaimo Child Development Centre – Oct 5, 2016 It was a real privilege and pleasure to attend this highly educational and professional conference this weekend.  I knew it was going to be motivational and educational because Hilary Leighton and Dave Segal are incredible people … Read More

History and Adventures of Donna, The New Intern

The History and Adventures of our New Intern, Donna States My name is Donna States and I have recently joined the Wild Craft Play team. I will be writing blogs such as this one and working out a campaign for the Wild Craft Play creation. I currently have two dogs and a cat. I work 22 to 42 hours a … Read More

“Scholarly Monologue gives way to Collegial Dialogue.” ~ Em Griffin

Today I study “What makes interpretive theory good?” I have a paper due in a couple of days, and I need to choose a topic to do a literary review on, and review it in the context of a communication theory.  It has been an interesting process to define what theory relates to my personal topic of interest.  My topic … Read More