January 11, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
EAT Afffiliate ChrisOutdoors.ca
EAT Admin Support


Join us as we explore what nature has to teach us in the winter months. We will also dive into growing food and self-reliance in the winter months from a permaculture perspective.

Starhawk and Charles are mentors through Earth Activist Training. Their mission is to bring the knowledge and resources of regenerative ecological design to communities with the greatest needs and fewest resources, teach visionary and practical solutions and personal sustainability to social change activists, teach practical skills, organizing, and activism to visionaries.

What to Expect on the Live Calls

Each web call will be held using Zoom. They are designed to be both engaging and interactive (if you choose, you can also stay silent, turn off your video & observe). The sessions will be approximately 1-hour long and be a mixture of stories, observations, teachings and activities around the:

  • Deeper cycles and rhythms happening right now in nature,
  • Lessons in ecology, wildlife tracking, bird language, trees & plants, harvesting from the land, stewardship and more.
  • Sharing around self-reliance with an emphasis on ethically harvested and grown food.
  • Opportunities to connect & share with other participants (optional)
  • Activities to take with you into the week to deepen your nature connection and knowledge.

This *FREE EVENT* is part of a 6 part Series. Here are the rest of the 2021 Winter dates:

  • Jan 11 @ 8 pm EST – Stawhawk & Charles Williams – Earth Activist Training
  • Jan 18 @ 7 pm EST – Lee Earl – The p.i.n.e. project
  • Jan 25 @ 7 pm EST – Alexis Burnett – Earth Tracks Outdoors
  • Feb 1 @ 7 pm EST – Caleb Musgrave – Canadian Bushcraft
  • Feb 8 @ 7 pm EST – Laura Gilmour – Wild Muskoka
  • Feb 15 @ 7 pm EST – Special EventIntro to Wildlife Tracking & Nature Awareness with Christina Yu

Come Learn with Us! – Reserve Your Spot!

Living with the Seasons Host, Chris Gilmour:

Chris Gilmour ( ChrisOutdoors.ca ) is the creator and host of these “Living with the Seasons” mentoring sessions.

He has been mentoring people in ecology, wildlife tracking, wilderness survival and nature awareness for close to twenty years.

Together with his wife Laura, they run Wild Muskoka, an ethically harvested wild foods and education business.

They live on a modern-day “permaculture homestead” where they forest garden, grow food, medicinal herbs, mushrooms, wild forage from the forest and teach workshops. 

++ Chris Gilmour is a guest teacher for Earth Activist Training’s Permaculture Design Certificate Program