At Wild Roots, we believe that all people should have equal opportunity irrespective of ethnicity, attainment, disability, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status or background.
To provide this equal society for all participants, our site is physically accessible, welcoming and safe to all.
In 2022, we provided scholarships to students who would otherwise be unable to attend our programs.
The Wild Roots team is passionate about creating space to empower diverse voices!
Our wonderful friend, Suzanne Campeau, has offered Indigenous workshops for our students. She is Anishinabe from Nipissing First Nation. Suzanne, her husband Dylan, and their daughter Charlotte live in Dylan's community of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg. She is passionate about sharing her stories of Indigenous Motherhood. Read her stories here:
Thank you for sharing your stories with our Forest School community, Suzanne!
In 2022, we volunteered our time and financial resources to support Ottawa's first BIPOC Forest School Program!