Boreal Ecology Centre:

a place of discovery
& transformation

The Boreal Ecology Centre

>>>The Boreal Ecology Centre

Strengthening Hope, Curiosity, and Community 

At the Boreal Ecology Centre in East Braintree, MB we are preserving habitats and motivating people of all ages as they experience the warmth and wildness of God.

This beautiful place offers a unique combination of sensitive yet accessible wildlife habitat that makes it more than a showpiece, and is a critical part of connecting people to place.

Guiding Concepts that Shape The Boreal Ecology Centre:

Commons: The Boreal Ecology Centre is a shared space for both non-human and human community. By walking through and experiencing this place, you gain a sense of the interrelatedness of all things and a framework for abundant living for all creation.

Table: The Boreal Ecology Centre is a place of belonging and transformation. Through the sharing of meals, work together, and conversation you discover gratitude, patience, and the practise of sharing life.

Hearth: The Boreal Ecology Centre invites you to linger in the warmth, wonder and wildness of God and creation. Here you are welcome to pause, to reflect, and to share.

Start your Creation Care journey today!

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The latest news on our projects

If the Earth were a Paper Puppy

September 3rd, 2019|

By Courtney Kuhl - 2019 Day Camp Coordinator What words do we use to describe God? Some people say Father, others say Lord. God has been called Comforter, Teacher, Creator, and Friend. But at [...]

The Trails Less Travelled: An Interview with Graham Peters

July 31st, 2019|

We recently sat down with Graham Peters, a summer student worker who joined A Rocha Manitoba to work on trail development and mapping at the Boreal Ecology Centre. Graham spent the summer exploring the current [...]

For the Love of Reading: 5 Children’s Stories About Creation Care

July 3rd, 2019|

Written by Courtney Kuhl, Day Camp Coordinator for A Rocha Manitoba In a time when the words we often use to describe our climate and environmental situation include “crisis,” or “overwhelmed,” I see the hope [...]