Skills Classes

2 Workshops in April

Join Soaring Eagle Nature School in outdoor learning and skill building this spring!

Weaving Workshop

Learn the skills to create a beautiful basket

Using Jute and Wool, you will weave a basket using the twining method. You will learn how to start and finish a basket, learn different weaving techniques, and patterning, that you can apply to different baskets. All materials provided. Please bring snacks and a lunch.

 
Date & Time: Saturday April 28th, 10am-3pm
 
Ages: Designed for adults, kids 12 + are welcome to register alongside a parent
 
Cost: $65.00
 

Register online HERE

To register select “Summer 2018” season

Location: The Education Trailer in the LSCR upper parking lot. If it’s sunny we will weave outside. (all the way up Lillooet Road, North Vancouver) 

Driving: From HWY 1, cross the Second Narrows Bridge. Take the Lillooet Exit. take Lillooet Road all the way to the top- over many speed bumps, and continue until the Rice Lake Gate. There is a parking lot at the top to the right. You’ll see the permanent trailer.

Public Transit, bus 228 stops at Underwood Ave at Evelyn Street. Walk past the cafe and North-east on Rice Lake Road. This heads down and across the suspension bridge over the canyon. Head up the other side and you will find the Gazebo. Keep walking past the bathrooms to the trailer. The walk is approx 15 minutes. 

 

Plant Walk

Learn about the plants around you

We will go over edible and medicinal plants, Identification Techniques, Medicine Making, Ethical Harvesting and Plant Families. A jam-packed educational and fun walk through the forest.
 
 
Date & Time: Sunday April 29th 10am-1pm
Cost: $35.00
Ages: This workshop is for adults
 

Register online HERE

To register select “Summer 2018” season

Instructor: Jenna Rudolph is a herbalist, botanist and wildcrafter. She has been studying plants for the last 12 years and works as a Clinical Herbalist. She loves using wild plants as food and medicine and has a deep respect for the knowledge plants have. She is always excited about sharing her knowledge and allowing people to make solid connections with the plants around them.

Location: Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve

Driving: From HWY 1, cross the Second Narrows Bridge. Take the Lillooet Exit. take Lillooet Road all the way to the top- over many speed bumps, and continue until the Rice Lake Gate. There is a parking lot at the top to the right. You’ll see the permanent trailer.

Public Transit, bus 228 stops at Underwood Ave at Evelyn Street. Walk past the cafe and North-east on Rice Lake Road. This heads down and across the suspension bridge over the canyon. Head up the other side and you will find the Gazebo. Keep walking past the bathrooms to the trailer. The walk is approx 15 minutes.