Natural Pathways acknowledges that we gather on the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations (comprised of the Ojibway, the Odawa, and the Potawatomi Peoples) and of the Huron-Wendat Peoples.
As an organization of people from many different backgrounds, we strive to deepen our connection to this Land. We are grateful for the Sycamore, Maple, Black Walnut, and Shagbark Hickory that come together to sustain us. We are grateful for the Raccoon, Deer, Fox, Eagle, and countless Song Birds that grace us with a glimpse or evidence of their presence. We are grateful for the Centipedes, Moths, Butterflies, Bees, Ants, Worms, Spiders, Dragonflies, Frogs, and Toads who allow us in their home. To the sacred waters that surround us and the pond that explodes with life we are thankful.
We honour the traditional inhabitants and those who live here today by entering the space with respect and stewardship. We are committed and it is our hope to create awareness of the importance of Nature Connection. Connection to the Land and all beings from the ant, to the tree, from the Fox and Deer to each person all across Turtle Island, we are all family.
Welcome to Natural Pathways!
All people have connections and relationships to land, with opportunities to nourish and support a sustainable and meaningful life on a flourishing planet.
Natural Pathways offers programs to spark curiosity and nurture stronger relationships with the land through discovery, inquiry, play and connection that honours the natural world.
We honour the land and all its inhabitants.
We actively support positive relationship between all living beings.
We work together and in partnership to make positive impact.
We celebrate diversity in all its forms.
We practice compassionate awareness in all that we do.
We create a safe space for learning to trust oneself, the land and each other.
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Reconnecting with Nature: Listen to Dan MacDonald's interview with Kimberly Alice, director of Natural Pathways. CLICK HERE to access.
Natural Pathways Receives Ontario Trillium Foundation SEED Grant
Natural Pathways Learning Centre would like to announce that we are one of the recipients of the Resilient Communities Fund from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF). COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the non-profit sector and its ability to support and serve communities across Ontario. With our grant of $73,400 over the next year, we will rebuild from the effects of COVID -19 so we are able to meet the needs of our community. We are extremely grateful for this opportunity to rebuild and forge resilience.