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Queer Nature Skillshares: Wildlife Tracking

Join us for the third of our series of skillshares for our LGBTQIA* community of all (a)genders! In collaboration with Women's Wilderness & Queer Nature we received a small grant from the Open Door Fund to be able to offer community skillshares for the queer community. 

In the third skillshare, we will focus on the art of wildlife tracking. You will be introduced to track identification, movement (re)patterning, and signs of wildlife activity. Tracking requires (and elicits) attention and focus, heightening our senses and awareness. We will also demonstrate the art of inner tracking—the awareness of the movement patterns within us, and how they relate to external tracking. Wildlife tracking was an intimate process for our ancestors. In light of the current cultural themes around romance and love, join us in a deep exploration of self and Other—who knows, you may just fall in love with the intimate details you discover! 

These events are for LGBTQIA* people ages 16-99+ years old. We have a suggested donation $10-$35 to cover costs for materials. Registration works by putting down a $10 deposit to hold your space so we can purchase/prep materials and you have the option of donating an additional $0-$25 when you arrive to cover material/harvest and location fees. We will send an email with location information post-registration. If finances are detouring you from registering, please contact us at We are so excited to see y'all!

Due to the nature of wilderness skills, we are needing CONFIRMATION of your ATTENDANCE by February 4th to be able to have time to prep and gather materials. There is LIMITED SPACE! We're so looking forward to seeing y'all there!

***ALLIES:*** This event is for the LGBTQIA community only. We've got awesome Nature Awareness courses via Women's Wilderness you can check out that we offer!

Later Event: February 25
EHDI Conference 2017