A community garbage cleanup can be a fun and educational experience for your entire family. It’s a chance to connect with nature while taking care of the planet. In this blog post, we’ll sharesome tips on how to make your neighbourhood Earth Day Clean up a success.
When we first set out on this journey in 2019 to create outdoor adventure kits, we found it difficult to find quality, creative, kid-centric tools and gear. So when we came across Stick-Let's we were hopeful that we could create a thoughtful partnership.
The Wild Life Outdoor Adventures shares the journey to the Dragons' Den and a recap after the episode aired. Great insight on the experience and tips for other entrepreneurs who dare to visit the den.
Well friends, if you haven't had a chance to watch the episode, I've included the video below before I write any spoiler alerts. Click on the image below to be directed to Season 16: Episode 2 on CBC Dragon's Den.
After an 8 month long journey, our TV debut on CBC Dragon's Den will happen this THURSDAY OCTOBER 28th!! As we get closer to our episode airing, I thought I would share a little insight to the journey to the DEN.
Laura-Jane Shouldice (LJ), joined us September 1 and is filling the role of Community Manager, which will include everything from feeding butterflies, to supporting our customers. and working on exciting new partnerships with like-minded brands.
The Wild Life Adventures team is THRILLED to be chosen as the winner of the 2021 Tillywig awards for "Parent's Favourite Products". Tillywig noted among many accolades, This wonderful subscription box company delivers to kids' doorsteps each month a different box packed with fun and engaging activities through which youngsters acquire skills well suited to enjoying and exploring the great outdoors."
For some, camping out in a tent is a privilege. For others, it may be their last resort.Camping out can be a great opportunity to talk to your kids about empathy and understanding of vulnerable neighbours who lack safe shelter, nutritious food, and the health and wellness services that can turn their lives around.
We have taken time this week to chat one-on-one with each of our team members, we have found new resources and new information, and we have thought a lot about what we can do now and, in the future, to be advocates, ambassadors, and allies for diversity in the outdoors.
It’s hard to believe it’s been over a year since we first started on this journey. It was April 2019 when we first reserved a meeting room at the Calgary Central Library to throw ink on a white board and start to refine our idea.