Over 80% of Canadians now live in urban centers, with access to nature becoming more and more difficult.
Additionally, the pandemic has kept many of us indoors for prolonged periods of time, impacting both our physical and emotional health.
But connecting to nature through art can help revive our community.
This month’s CPAWS Café will shed light on:
- How to engage with nature through art while minimizing harm to our natural areas
- Why it’s more important than ever to nurture our connection to nature and art
- Our Dumoine River Art Wilderness (DRAW) Retreat in summer 2022 and how you can join
Join us Monday, April 25, from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. ET for a riveting discussion on fostering our relationship to nature through art.
Register now. Please note: this event will be in English and French.