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Welcome to Nature's Backpack

Transformative Nature Awareness
Mentoring for All Ages

Adventure Kits

Weekday Programs

Summer Camps

About US

Nature's Backpack

Nature’s Backpack is a specialized nature awareness company that provides hands-on interactive, experiential nature programs to formal and non-formal educators and families in the community. Nature kits provide hands-on outdoor experiences that connect to natural world and teach stewardship in their own backyards.

Weekday Programs

We offer nature awareness weekday programs for children ages 3-18. Spending most of our days outdoors in the forest, fields and meadows, where  the children are guided by skilled and trained mentors who understand the importance of play, child directed and emergent learning. These immersed-in-nature experiences develop a lasting connection with nature and passion for their own community.

Summer Camps

Wilderness Adventure Camp. Join us as we embark on a daily journey of exploration of the wilderness. Learn how to be invisible in the forest, sneak up on animals, and learn the skills needed to thrive instead of just survive in the outdoors.

Bring out the WILD in you!

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Outdoor
Summer Camps
2021

Per week starting at
$200/child
Monthly Delivery

Outdoor Adventure Kits

Land Acknowledgment

Nature’s Backpack is grateful to live, work, and play in the traditional lands of the Peskotomuhkati Nation within the Wabanaki Confederacy, protected by the living, reaffirmation of the Covenant Chain, known as the 2016 New Wampum: Peace, Trust, and Friendship (Treaty). Canada sits on unceded and stolen Indigenous land – find out more here: https://native-land.ca/ We are committed to the process of decolonization as an action, not a metaphor.