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nature does not hurry,

   yet everything is accomplished

TAO TE CHING

WHO

We ARE

We are students, teachers, children, parents, environmentalists, naturalists,

creators, artists and activists, mostly in and around southern Maine, who share the belief that land is supportive, and work together to learn more about rewilding.

Our mission is to deepen the connections between people and the Earth through land stewardship, education and community. 

We accomplish this by teaching small-scale place-based human skills, leading classes 

and workshops, facilitating collective educational experimentation, and practicing long-term regenerative foraging.

Rewild Maine is a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation. 

About

What

we do

Classes and workshops may range from single half- or full-day events, recurring weekly or monthly courses, and semi-regular school, homeschool or 

after-school programs.

 

Scheduling for regular programming may be specifically tailored to meet the needs of a group.

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WED

COAL-BURNED
SPOON CARVING

10

OCT

30

sep

EDIBLE WILD
PLANTS TOUR

11

sep

CEDAR BARK
KNIFE SHEATHS

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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TOM, STUDENT

I had a very nice time learning how to make and use a bow drill kit to start a fire today.

I highly recommend taking one of the workshops if you get a chance.

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TRAVIS, PARENT

The instructors made the bird identification class enjoyable for my sons (3 and 6) while sharing their knowledge.  

They were very patient

and good natured.

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CHRIS, STUDENT

Great technical info on IDing edible plants, fungi, invasive species, best practices for foraging, as well as gently offered philosophy on mankind relating to the land.

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