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Our 1-day Summit on Connecting to Nature in an Urban World, April 19, features a morning plenary and roundtable sessions followed by interactive workshops and walkshops in the afternoon. Building on the Summit is our Conference, April 20-21, featuring keynotes speakers, hands-on workshops and networking opportunities.

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Friday, April 21

9:45am PDT

Exploring Change through Social Enterprise Chehalis (2nd Floor)LIMITEDJanani Eswar Family Nature Clubs: Theory into Practice Cypress 2 (2nd Floor)FILLINGHeather Kuhlken • Monica Lopez Magee • Nette Pletcher • Nicole Straughan Grappling with Bias for More Inclusive Youth Programs Coquitlam Room (2nd Floor)FULLAva Holliday • Aparna Rajagopal-Durbn Maintaining Momentum for the Movement Oak 2 (2nd Floor)LIMITEDJennifer Bristol • Nancy Herron Master Class: Outreach and Engagement Strategies for Connecting Children and Youth with Nature Stanley Salon 1 (2nd Floor)FILLINGÉlisabeth Lacoursière Natural Leaders in Action: Today's Leaders Working to Create a Better Tomorrow Mackenzie (Ground Floor)LIMITEDLauren Garrott • Karolina Kukulka • Toyya Mahoney Strategies for Activating the Research: Brainstorming Creative Mechanisms for Disseminating Research in Ways that Spark Action Oak 1 (2nd Floor)LIMITEDCathy Jordan • Laura Mylan The Perfect Nature Program Seymour (Ground Floor)FULLCelina Starnes The Role of Play in Creating Meaningful Connections to Nature Stanley Salon 2 (2nd Floor)FILLINGMargaret Lamar • Christine Alden • Allen Cooper • Rusty Keeler • Fran Mainella • Lisa Moore • MaryLynn Pulscher • Anne-Marie Spencer Walkshop: Dancing (with) Nature: How young student teachers help children to build community and connect with nature though Interdisciplinary Dance OutsideLIMITEDAnne Catherine McConnell Walkshop: Designing a Natural Playground OutsideFILLINGAdam Bienenstock • TD Friends of the Environment Walkshop: Exploring Our Places Together: Using "Exploration Roles" to Create Outdoor Learning Content OutsideFULLSteve Dunsmuir Walkshop: From Infants to Grandparents: Nurturing Wonder-full Ecological Literacy in a Single Program OutsideFULLNicole Junell • Holly Roger Walkshop: Like Wildfire! The Model of Public School in the Forest Sparked in Vermont OutsideFULLEliza Minnucci Walkshop: Mystery on the Trails: Events with Impact OutsideLIMITEDMichelle Duncan • Melissa Holloway Walkshop: Outdoor Classroom 2.: What Can the Forest School Ethos Look like in Traditional Schoolyards? OutsideFULLPaul Kelba Walkshop: Risky Play: Part 2 OutsideFULLMarlene Power Walkshop: The Art of Nature: Using Art to Build a Conservation Ethic OutsideFULLMarlis Eaton • Chris Hicks Walkshop: The Nature Playbook – Take Action to Connect a New Generation of Canadians with Nature OutsideLIMITEDChloe Dragon Smith • Guylaine Chabot • Bill Kilburn • Samantha Matters • Chúk Odenigbo • Denis Thibeault Walkshop: Workshopping Barriers while Walking OutsideLIMITEDAlison Paul