About Full Circle Adventures


About Full Circle Adventures

Full Circle Adventures has been connecting people to nature for over 20 years. Our wild, edible plant walks, hikes, and snowshoe outings open you to the intelligence of nature. We have learned from the Nakoda Sioux, Kutenai and Cherokee teachings as well as our own experience.  Our staff are both of First Nations and European ancestory. They ensure our edible wild plant programs  inspire your connection to the eco-regions we live in. 

By learning about Nature's wild edible plants you can make a difference to the wild landscapes. Become  nature aware and be part of the web of life again! Let us guide you into the wild places and discover nature’s wisdom together. Sign up and re-wild yourself!



About Julie

Julie is an IGA certified, professional hiking guide and nature educator. She has interpreted nature to elders, kids and adults in Southern Alberta for more than 25 years. Julie's explored the plants of the Prairie, Foothills, Montane, Sub-Alpine and Alpine eco-regions. Sharing her knowledge about this flora, especially the edible plants, has become her passion.

Plant identification, where they live, wildlife interactions, sustainable harvesting and re-wilding your garden are her specialties. Her goal is to help you discover the wisdom of native plants and become a plant ally.


Alberta Council for Environmental Education - www.abcee.org/

Wild About Flowers: http://www.wildaboutflowers.ca/

Bow Point Nursery: http://www.bowpointnursery.com/about/

Boreal Herbal by Beverly Gray: http://borealherbal.com/


I had the pleasure of joining you for your March 26th, Sunday Edible Plant Walk. I was most impressed! You have an obvious passion for plants, speaking about them with obvious fondness and awe, and a deep respect for First Nations culture. As well, you convey information about trees, shrubs, and flowers in an engaging way. Thank you for using your time and energy on behalf of the natural world.

– Janice Rider


Some of our Programs

School Programs

Your class will become immersed in a local landscape to discover the knowledge of First Nations and the early Europeans. Our inter-disciplinary approach teaches:

  1. The human history of the land and early uses of plants.
  2. Inquiry-based learning about plant identification and uses.
  3. Exploratory learning about the relationships between trees, plants, sunlight and the animal interactions within the eco-systems.
  4. The human impact on the landscape over time. How different world views create very different outcomes for a landscape.
Edible Plant Hikes
Edible Plant Walks
a group on an edible plant hike
Viewing Wild Gooseberries


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