Upcoming Events & Presentations

September 10, 1pm
The Amazon as teacher
With Farhad Dastur & Lucie Gagné
9th annual World Environmental Education Congress, Vancouver, BC

September 10, 5pm
Blurring the nature/culture divide through deep connectivity
With Jade Ho & Maureen Jack La-Croix
9th annual World Environmental Education Congress, Vancouver., BC

September 14, 7:30pm
From the Amazon to zoology: Reclaiming nature for our children
White Rock and Surrey Naturalists
Sunnyside Community Hall

October 5, 6:30pm
Book launch and poetry reading for Refugium: Poems for the Pacific
Maritime Museum of British Columbia, Victoria, BC
More info here

October 19
Vancouver Public Library poetry reading
Vancouver, BC

November 3
The life of blossom: Living poetically in the Anthropocene
With David Chang
6th International Symposium on Poetic Inquiry
Bowling Green State University, Ohio
More info here

November 18, 10am-noon
Ecology, creativity, and wonder: Our local rainforest
Derby Reach/Brae Island Parks Association, Langley, BC
More info here

January 25, 2018, 7:30pm
Place-based Education: Nature as Teacher
Nature Vancouver
949 49 AVE W, Vancouver, BC

Eleven Photos from the Amazon

The KPU Amazon Field School takes students on a journey to the heart of the world’s most awe-inspiring rainforest, where we stay at the Calanoa Jungle Lodge located on the shore of the world’s mightiest river. Students from diverse backgrounds, including anthropology, biology, business, creative writing, design, expressive arts, fine arts, journalism and sociology, all take part in this interdisciplinary adventure. This diversity of disciplines enables a cross-pollination of ideas and perspectives as we engage in a cultural, ecological, and philosophical immersion.