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poster for the  Wednesday Webinar for January 18th 2023. People's plan for Nature with Sarah Lawfull. Select mage to register for the event

As one of the most experienced forest school trainers in the world, he has delivered in-person training to over 4,000 practitioners internationally in the last 14 years.

His background in countryside management, social forestry, and bushcraft. He has been fortunate to have spent time learning from several indigenous communities such as the Ngati Tuwharetoa Maori of New Zealand, the Sammi of Scandinavia and the Aboriginal Bibulman of western Australia.

Presently he is completing a postgraduate degree in Outdoor and Experiential Learning where his research focuses on foregrounding practice that supports kinship with nature. He will then continue on to study at PhD level to further explore new practices within the field.

As an ethnoecologist (the study of how communities perceive nature), his teaching brings a new direction to forest school practitioner training.  He has developed a research-based approach to how we form meaningful relationships with the more-than-human world.

He is the founder of the non-profit Explore Our Nature, which creates workshops, qualifications, and adventures to nurture who we are as people and how to connect to the natural world

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