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Natural Curiosity partners with faculties, organizations, and researchers to facilitate workshops that focus on inquiry-based environmental learning and Indigenous perspectives. These experiences are collaborative and experiential in nature, and focus on the four-branch framework outlined in Natural Curiosity. Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition is currently being used in many university and college courses across Canada and beyond.


We provide guest lectures and interactive workshops that focus on inquiry-based environmental learning and the importance of Indigenous perspectives in education.


We collaborate with organizations that affiliate themselves with Indigenous education, environmental education, sustainability, and stewardship. If you would like to partner with us to co-create professional learning opportunities for educators, please reach out to one of our program managers at


At this time, we also welcome inquiries from researchers who are interested in studying the impact of Natural Curiosity in diverse learning environments and communities.

Educational Institutes and Institutions using Natural Curiosity 2nd Edition as a Course Text 

  • University of Toronto

  • Queen’s University

  • Trent University

  • St. Francis Xavier University

  • Ryerson University

  • Cape Breton University

  • University of Winnipeg

  • University of British Columbia

  • Western Washington University

  • Western University

  • University of Ontario Institute of Technology

  • University of Ottawa

  • Prescott College

  • George Brown College

  • Humber College

  • 7 Generations Education Institute

  • Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute

  • Teach for Canada

Our Current and Past Collaborations

Clickable Image to Seven Generations Education Institute website
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Clickable image to University of Toronto, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education website
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Clickable image to the Robertson Program website
Clickable image to TD, Friends of the Environment Foundation website
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Clickable image to Learning for a Sustainable Future website
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