One Small Space
at a Time
Mother Tree Hub

As you improve your skills at picking up feelings from plants and trees you will discover that plant energies within ecosystems gather into energy guilds. Often these guilds are strongest around Mother Trees. Like all plants, trees provide energy emissions, which also carry communication between themselves and others.

We really have a lot to learn about how everything works – and how everything is connected. Join us for a presentation about the importance of Mother Trees.
Every year Canada opens its doors to nearly a half a million immigrants who will become citizens of a great land that is rich with wilderness. Nature for New Canadians is about bringing the wonders of nature to newcomers and providing them with up-close knowledge about ecosystems and local natural attractions so that they can begin to connect with wild places in a safe and comfortable manner.

This program also shares with them a history of the environmental movement and the importance that stewardship has in protecting these wild places.

The Mother Tree Hub is recruiting leadership and sponsorship with a goal to train and certify 200 guides across Canada for the Nature for New Canadians program.

The Nature for New Canadians (NNC) Guide Certification Program teaches individuals guiding skills and provides them with tools and opportunities so that they can be successful at delivering outdoor activities as an NNC Guide. Guides are taught to create a nature-based learning area for their practice and are provided with instruction so that they can create a guiding narrative and itinerary linked to that location and others.

Learn more about the Nature for New Canadians Training Program


If you believe that you might benefit from the Mother Tree Hub and you are willing to expand your relationship with nature please contact us. 

Contact our office by email at the Sanctuary Forest Network: services(at)

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The Mother Tree Hub
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inspiration for creating good stewardship and positive change.

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