Join Dariya and Jeff and a community of rewilding friends in the lush forests surrounding Sudbury for a day of movement, skill share, and bliss of deep nature connection.
This one-day program will be spent deep in the forest in the outskirts of Sudbury, where, after a morning class of primal movement, we’ll move on to skill shares including friction fire and cordage making.
Experience firsthand a plant ID walk with rich discussion and reciprocal harvest of wild food and medicine. As a group, you will collect and leave with a jarred infusion of medicinal plants to make a salve — topical skin medicine that comes from your own connection to the plants. Oils and Jars donated by The Nickel Refillery!
After a day rewilding in the woods, we’ll conclude with a circle and group potluck (we will be cooking up Rabbit and Chicken Hearts & Liver donated by Season's Pharmacy to share!), and storytelling. This will be a day-long of outdoor movement stacked with land-based learning, strategic rest, laughter, and community.
Cost: $50 OR *$40 if you become a FPWC member for as little as 5$/month*
Sudbury, ON ; July 23rd, 9:00am–6:00pm
Finding Polaris day programs are a chance to explore full embodiment of yourself and relationship to wilderness…skills, lifestyle practices, and connections that not only matters to our sense of belonging and personal growth but also our broader communities, and planet.
Oils and jars - https://www.thenickelrefillery.ca/
Rabbit and organ meats - https://seasonspharmacy.com/
Note: Exact location shared once you register (it will be within 1-1.5 hours drive from downtown Sudbury).
Note included: Food, water, eating utensils and personal gear- please come prepared for all weather conditions and if you would like to share food potluck-style.
Parking might be an issue so we may ask you to meet at a different location and carpool to the site. Instructions will come closer to the event date.