Indegenious Interpretive Hike
Mon., Oct. 04 | Bruce County

Indegenious Interpretive Hike

Discover the ancient knowledge the land has to offer. Your Anishinaabe guide will provide history and insights into a variety of plants, wildlife, and cultural traditions
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

Oct. 04, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Bruce County, Cape Croker, South Bruce Peninsula, ON, Canada

About the Event

"Since time immemorial the Anishinaabek people have understood our  connection to and dependence on our Mother Earth. Nature provides food,  medicine, and essentials for everyday life. Take a walk through the  mixed forests, diverse wetlands, and rocky bluffs of our traditional  territory. Discover the ancient knowledge the land has to offer. Your  Anishinaabe guide will provide history and insights into a variety of  plants, wildlife, and cultural traditions." Trail difficulty is easy to moderate depending on fitness level and  weather conditions (i.e. rain can make some sections slippery). Some  incline areas along the trail. No technical areas. Hiking poles are  recommended for balance. The final portion of the hike will be fairly  steep going down towards the parking lot. Poles will come in handy for  this section in particular. Depending on weather, the field crossing  section of this hike can cause wet footwear. Meet in Cape Croker Park - at the Bruce Trail Parking area. Bring a lunch to enjoy in the park afterwards. To learn more about our guide Jason Johnston, MSc, Interpretive Program  Coordinator, Cape Croker Park, Chippewas of Nawash Unceded First Nation,  Neyaashiinigmiing, ON, Please visit his website at www.jasonwjohnston.com Limit: 10 Register:  JasonJohnstonSedore@gmail.com to receive map link