About Full Circle Adventures
Full Circle Adventures specializes in building connections between people and Nature. Our edible wild plant programs take you into the pre-history of food and demonstrate the delicious value of our native Alberta plants.Our goal is to inspire your journey into the realm of nature. Discover native plants and how they shape the community of animals around them. Explore the animals’ wildlife homes and learn their habits. Discover the delicious nature of wild edibles that humans have used for centuries.Let us guide you into a few of the wild places in Alberta and B.C. and share our knowledge about nature’s wisdom. Enjoy listening to the call of a porcupine, seeing animal tracks in the snow, and tasting the tantalizing tang of wild edibles in a ranch Kitchen. Join our adventures and re-wild yourself!
- 40-hour Wilderness First Aid
- Interpretive Guides Association – Professional member
- Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors, level 1 instructor
- OCC Field Leader
Alberta Council For Environmental Educationhttp://www.abcee.org/ Alberta is a leader in environmental education, with citizens that are informed and motivated to live more sustainably, be responsible stewards of the environment and help ensure future generations’ quality of life. Interpretive Guides Association https://interpretiveguides.org/ An interpretive guide: builds bridges between landscapes, people and history; reveals stories behind the scenery; and creates memorable and inspiring experiences. Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors http://www.cansi.ca/en/ The Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors (CANSI) is a non-profit organization designed to promote and advance the sport of cross-country and Telemark skiing in Canada through the provision of high quality instruction. Weaslehead Glenmore Park Preservation Society http://theweaselhead.com/ Weaselhead is a Natural Environment Park that is afforded the highest level of protection the City of Calgary can offer. Friends of Fish Creek Provincial Park http://friendsoffishcreek.org/ Friends of Fish Creek is a non-profit society promoting accessibility and engagement with Alberta Parks through creative programming and participant friendly access to the park. Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) http://www.cpaws-southernalberta.org/ CPAWS is a non-profit organization that is engaged in the protection and preservation of large scale landscapes for their bio-diversity and wildlife value. Science based, this organization is involved in research and advocacy for the protection of intact wilderness that is the home for the endangered mammals of Canada.
Some of our Programmes
Your class will become immersed in a local landscape to discover the knowledge of the early Europeans. Our inter-disciplinary approach teaches:
The human history of the land and people’s early uses of plants.
Inquiry based learning about plant identification and uses.
Exploratory learning about the relationships between trees, plants, sunlight and the animal interactions within the eco-systems.
The human impact on the landscape over time. How different world views create very different outcomes for a landscape.