Help STOP illegal dumping
& make a difference to the Earth.

A movement inspired by Little Mountain in Errington, BC.

Youth are the most impressionable between the ages of 8 and 14. Assuming that they wish to be impressed. Youth hold the potential to accomplish greatness.

It is at this young age that we wish to impart knowledge, understanding and a desire to take care of the Earth so that when they grow older they will make conscious choices.

If you’re interested in making a difference to the Earth , join this movement: #movemountainslikeme

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Perform this production in a school environment. Engage your musicians, artists, videographers, video editors and performers.

We provide:

  • A Script
  • Show Flow layout
  • Footage
  • Online Tools
  • Training in all aspects of the production

Here’s what you need:

  • Access to good internet
  • Zoom, Google Drive
  • Device to record video on
  • About 1-3 hours a week
  • Creative space
  • A group of youth willing to engage

Get in touch: info@wildcraftplay.com

We are available for a free consultation to help you learn how we can help you make your Covid-distanced creative art, storytelling, digital media, multifaceted production for youth and the Earth.

We provide:

  • A Script
  • Show Flow layout
  • Footage
  • Online Tools
  • Training in any and all aspects of the production process

Here’s what you need:

  • Access to good internet
  • Zoom, Google Drive
  • Device to record video on
  • Schedule your time with a Guide
  • Creative space
  • A group of youth willing to engage

Get in touch: info@wildcraftplay.com

“The first two years of my life, I lived at the base of Little Mountain, and I call this land home. There is movement now with many others who want to make a difference with Little Mountain. Due to the recent pandemic, I have the time, and the drive to thrive through this uncertain time, I chose to focus on something that will not only move mountains, move others, but keep me moving.

It is an honor and privilege to be doing this work from my little abode on the K’omoks Territory, with and for the Snanawas Nation and Territory that we call Errington.” – Jamie Black

Want to learn how to curate a production, and move mountains?
When you contribute to Move Mountains Like Me, you are helping the efforts in the production, promotion, communications, collaborations, engaging youth (and the rest of us), to stop illegal dumping at Little Mountain and “Mountains like Me”. Any little amount of effort and funds helps.

Below are various ways you can contribute:

Invent your own story

Connecting arts and nature project-based work

Environmental based Education and Healing

influence society through creative arts, story-telling, digital media, multi-media disciplinary arts activities for youth

A BIG THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

A BIG THANK YOU for your committed donors to the cause:

Debra Racher
Debra Contreras
Craig Seale
Trevor Wicks
Bill Hawkins
Uncle Bob Schaun (may he rest in peace)
Bernice & Don Fawthorpe (may he rest in peace)

We would like to acknowledge our Donors and Sponsors
We have so much gratitude to the PERFORMERS:

Mia Beaudoin-Dion
Tim Daniel
Quinton Clothier
Marion Dulude

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