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Survival Workshop: Foraging for Wild Edibles

15 Sep 2020 12:00
13:00
McGill Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making salves, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Cutting Edge Lecture in Science: Freshwater Futures for Canada and the World

24 Sep 2020 18:00
19:00

Special Homecoming Cutting Edge Lecture

By John Pomeroy (FRSC Distinguished Professor, Dept. of Geography & Planning, Canada Research Chair in Water Resources and Climate Change, Director, University of Saskatchewan Centre for Hydrology).

Freaky Friday: 200 years of Science and Pseudoscience

25 Sep 2020 12:00
13:00

Homecoming Freaky Friday: 200 years of science and pseudoscience  

By Joe Schwarcz (Director, Office of Science and Society, McGill University)

Find out what Dr. Joe thinks about the practice of science in the last two hundred years, both at McGill and internationally. Ask him what the future holds for our scientific practice and thought. In English.

Suitable for 14+.

Survival Workshop: Cording

6 Oct 2020 12:00
13:00
Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Freaky Friday: From Beer to the Bicentennial – how research and life mash up

16 Oct 2020 12:00
13:00

By Gérald Cadet (Director, McGill Bicentennial)

Survival Workshop: Basket weaving

10 Nov 2020 12:00
13:00
Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Freaky Friday: Surviving Africa - My work with the McGill Africa program

13 Nov 2020 12:00
13:00

By David Green (Redpath Museum)

Freaky Friday: Working with ticks and infectious diseases in Canada

11 Dec 2020 12:00
13:00

By Kirsten Crandall (Joint PhD candidate, Dr. Virginie Millien, McGill University and Dr. Jeremy Kerr, University of Ottawa)

Survival Workshop: Wood carving

15 Dec 2020 12:00
13:00
Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Survival Workshops: Animal tracking

12 Jan 2021 12:00
13:00
McGill Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, basketweaving, and wood carving?  Join educators from the Coyote Programs for interactive learning workshops given once a month. 

Survival Workshops: Snow shelters

16 Feb 2021 12:00
13:00
McGill Survival Workshops are now offered for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords, and wood carving?  Join educators from the Coyote Programs for interactive learning workshops given once a month. 

Survival Workshop: Knots

9 Mar 2021 12:00
13:00
Survival Workshops are for everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty. 

Would you like to learn traditional skills like building snow shelters, foraging for edible plants, making cords from natural fibres, basketweaving and wood carving?. Join educators from the Coyote Programs for monthly interactive learning workshops. 

Survival Workshop: Fermentation

13 Apr 2021 12:00
13:00
Our McGill Survival Workshops are now open to everyone, including McGill students, staff and faculty.

Would you like to learn traditional techniques such as building snow shelters, searching for edible plants, preparing balms, beekeeping and woodcarving?

Join Coyote educators for interactive learning workshops once a month. These workshops are presented on Tuesday afternoons from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm.

Bilingual.

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