Reconnecting Youth & Nature - One Step at a Time

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From woods to beaches and rivers to hills, nature is waiting for you to discover.

Listen for their calls or find their tracks - see animals in their natural habitat.

Hidden Gems Of Nature

A man's pet squirrel went nuts and scared off a burglar who was robbing his home.

The squirrel attacked the thief leaving him covered in scratches.

Click here to read more about this squirrelly story.

Meet the Tundra Swan. They spend their summers in the arctic and migrate south for the winter. Also know as the Whistling Swan because of the characteristic whistling in their wings, these large birds have a distinctive straight-necked posture. Most have a smudge of yellow at the base of their black bill, but otherwise are pure white.

Lewis and Clark provided the first written description of the Tundra Swan in 1806 during one of their expeditions to the West.


The Viking Settlement recently discovered in Newfoundland is opening up a window into the history of North America.

Excavations have uncovered seeds of the butternut tree, which doesn’t naturally grow north of New Brunswick, suggesting that inhabitants travelled at least 500 km south to obtain them.

Click here to read more about this nutty find.

Latest Discovery!

SQuirrelly Corner​

"Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished"

.....The Fresh Quotes


Come and discover what nature has to offer. Trails are ready and waiting to guide you to the glorious outdoors.

We invite you to explorer nature through hiking.  You can be one with nature and reduce stress and anxiety, promote learning and personal growth, nourish the imagination, and provide mental and physical restoration.  There is an opportunity to reconnect with nature and experience all that it has to offer including the sights, sounds and smells that will intrigue your senses.

Hiking is for everyone and this website is meant as a learning tool and the first step to bringing young people back to nature – one step at a time.  Our commitment is to enhance the public’s connection with the outdoors and to teach young Canadians about stewardship and to protect the diverse & sensitive ecosystem through education and awareness

Come and see what nature has to offer - sand dunes, forests, waterfalls, flowers, plants, wildlife and more.  There is something new waiting for you to discover!

Take a walk on a trail near you.  There is plenty to see and do along the way.​