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Foraging as a Way of Life 

Book release in early 2024!

Enhance your sense of self-sufficiency while increasing food security, protecting habitat, and connecting with the land.

Drawing on Mikaela's own lived experiences and her study of herbalism and ethnobotany, Foraging as a Way of Life is designed to inspire you to share the abundance and joy of wild foods while finding nourishment and connection in your local fields and forests. 

Book Tour 2024

Find information about locations and dates of the upcoming book tour!

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Reviews of the Book

Nancy J. Turner - Ethnobotanist & Author

"Mikaela Cannon provides information for the plants and mushrooms she forages, based on meticulous research and – most importantly – her own experiences. For her, the book reflects a compellingly personal journey, filled with the joy of “finding nourishment from the land". 
Her enthusiasm is infectious; you want to participate in her world."

Wild Child

Outdoor School

Drop-In

Come out and learn about the forest and its habitants.

We will make fires, track animals, hike, build forts, play games and sing.

Make friends and discover the joy of the outdoors in this class that focuses on wilderness skills, environmental awareness, and team building.

Stay tuned for more classes to come or sign up for the newsletter to get notified when we start up again.

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Nature, Foraging, Recipes & Climate Activism

Discover Mikaela's blog, and stay up-to-date with upcoming events, her upcoming book release, book tour dates, climate activism, foraging recipes and more!

Thistle jelly made from plants foraged in British Columbia
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