Forest Ninja Summer Camp

Daniella Roze
Forest Ninja Summer Camp Global Earth Exchange
2016

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Roze A

Story & Experience

Thriving Roots Wilderness School offers the Forest Ninja Summer Camp with our amazing lead instructor, Alaina Hallett, and 15 awesome children in Victoria British Columbia. The children gathered materials for and created an owl together on their final day of camp. The owl was our way of thanking the land for giving powerful nature experiences and also as a way of sharing the beauty of nature with those who don’t get to see its beauty very often. We chose the owl in honor of the barred owl who visited us this week.

Forest Ninja Summer Camp Global Earth Exchange

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  • Roze A: Daniella Roze

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