Stewardship and Regeneration Certification for Rewilding Places
A Sanctuary Forest represents a location where stewardship is taking place which seeks to protect, expand or rewild the natural biodiversity of a place. A Sanctuary Forest is also seen as a spiritual centre where the stewards of the place have created a sentient relationship with all of the biotic beings located there. A Sanctuary Forest can be located on private or public land and is largely placed there by the sheer will, of those individuals willing to steward that place. A Sanctuary Forest is created upon certain pillars that include stewardship, science, sentience, spirit and sanctuary.
A Sanctuary Forest can be of any size, stewards are provided with training and toolkits so that they can better understand their role and responsibility. Sanctuary Forests help to seed stewardship within cultures where it has become lacking. This effort seeks to create an understanding that the natural world is sentient. Sanctuary Forests provide a platform for learning about the natural world, and for research and data collection – these forests can be networked regionally and globally.
The design of a Sanctuary Forest also includes a plan for human habitat, a food and medicine forest and commercial gardening operations which do not conflict with the regeneration of wildlands and the biodiversity of wild species.
This Rewilding Design Certification is a basic version of the more comprehensive Sanctuary Forest Design Certification. This program focuses on rewilding farms, gardens, communities, remote landscapes and interface landscapes through distance learning.
This series is ideal for gardeners, farmers, landscapers and other food and agriculture specialists seeking to incorporate rewilding into their scope of operations or workplace. The series focuses on Wild Habitat Forests, Food Forests and Medicine Forests as well as demonstration forests for practicing various kinds of forest therapy.
This program is delivered through a Four Part Online Learning Series that includes:
- The Sanctuary Forest Introduction
- Understanding Sentient Nature
- Elements Relationship-based Stewardship
- Plant Guilds and Biodiversity
- Mother Trees and Genetic Memory
- Water - From Source to Estuary
- Climate Change Mitigation and Migration
- Ecology Inventory Systems
- Practical Regeneration Methods
- Identifying Sanctuary Forest Project Nodes
- Sourcing Seeds and Plants
- Preparation, Planting and Stewardship
- Public and Partnership Engagement
- Field practice related to Wild Habitat Forests, Food Forests and Medicine Forests
Becoming a Rewilding Designer
As a student you will be participating in our Distance Learning Program in order to become a Rewilding Designer. In this training program there are five comprehensive lessons, plus toolkits and curriculum. Lessons have video and webinar support and students are required to complete a series of assignments. The entire program can be completed within 6 months however students are self-guided so they can choose to take a longer period to complete.
Upon satisfactory completion of the program, students are supplied with certification with no additional charges or fees.
Distance Learning Rewilding Design Certification Training costs $680 in Canadian Funds.
Upon registration you can expect your first lesson to be delivered electronically within 10 days.
Rewilding Design Certification Distance Learning Cost: $680.00 (Canadian Dollars) per person.
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