Scheduled nature classes and hikes run year-round and are open availability to anyone, unless a class is full or has an age requirement. RSVP is required through the RSVP form below, through our contact page, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or phone.
We are proud to offer some programs in conjunction with local environmental organizations, nature experts/ authors, or therapists... Click on the link for specific courses you are interested in for registration details. Courses may be offered with:
Denver Botanic Gardens
Audubon Society of Greater Denver
Front Range Birding Company
Cattail Bob Seebeck
The whole secret of the study of nature lies in learning how to use one's eyes... George Sand
Fall 2018 October 13: Rewild through Forest Bathing. Improve your focus, energy, health, and relationships through this unique, intentional forest experience. Allow yourself to relax and be guided out of your to-do list, and into the healing landscape you were designed to connect with. This Rewilding approach to Forest Bathing includes quiet walking, sensory engagement, nature connection practices, and explorations in perception that reduce stress, quiet your mind, and inspire a greater sense of belonging with your human and more-than human communities. Saturday 9:30am-12:00pm. Location: Genesee Park. $15. Ages 16 and up. Register HERE. October 20: Autumn Rewilding with Cattail and Kimberly: Re-wild your senses, mind, and heart in this October nature excursion. As we meander among the pines and shifting fall landscape, you will be guided into a deeper knowledge of place, more confidence in the outdoors, and a more expansive sense of kinship with nature and yourself. Learn edible and survival plants, basic animal tracking principles, and nature connection routines that awaken vitality and improve all your relationships. Saturday 9:00am-4:00pm. Location: Boulder Mountains, specifics TBD. Suggested Donation: $50 for the day. Registration is required and limited. Register below, call, or email. Read author, survivalist, and plant expert Cattail Bob Seebeck's bio Here. Register HERE.
All programs for ages 10+. You will receive an email with more details upon registration. Please contact us if you have questions.
2017 Programs: September:
Relational Rewilding Hike: Saturday September 23rd 9:00am-12:00pm; Ages 12 yrs and up; Meet at Meyer Ranch Park; 10490 S Turkey Creek Rd, Morrison, parking lot is just off of Hwy 285. Easy walk.
Invasive Species - Invasive Thoughts: Friday September 29th 10:00am-12:00pm; An Eco-psychology Exploration program; Come learn about native and invasive plant species on the front range, and explore how peoples inner experiences mirror what occurs in our ecosystems. Ages 15 and up; Clear Creek path in west Golden. Park and meet at the dog park on west 8th St. off of Washington Ave. Easy walk.
Relational Rewilding Hike:Fall Foliage and Foraging! Why and how do leaves change color in the fall? Are there any edible plants available in the fall season? Join us in experiencing and learning about how the Fall season impacts plants and people . Offered two times this month:
Saturday October 7th 9:00am - 12:00pm; Ages 12 yrs and up; Meet at Meyer Ranch Park just 25-30 minutes from Denver; 10490 S Turkey Creek Rd, Morrison, parking lot is just off of Hwy 285. Easy 2 mile walk.
Wednesday October 18th 12:00pm - 3:00pm; Ages 12 yrs and up; Mt. Falcon, east entrance; Moderate to difficult hike.
Jefferson County parks, wildlife areas, national forests, nature centers, Lookout Mountain, our property on LM, your back yard.
What Our Participants Are Saying:
I go hiking all the time, but wanted some depth to my outings. That is exactly what I got! I learned about plants and birds near where I live, while learning about myself and how I relate to them all. Kimberly is engaging, inspiring, and fun. I left feeling like a part the area we hiked instead of an outside visitor, and more connected to this beautiful place I call home! - Joyce R.
(970) 222-8460 Wild@relationalrewilding.com Based on Lookout Mountain, Golden, CO