(828) 338-9787



(828) 338-9787

Twice-a-Month Saturday Program

Our newest and only offering outside of the Asheville area, this program is an opportunity to provide your child with a regular and potent dose of Vitamin N, the perfect antidote to the modern affliction of Nature Deficit Disorder.

Core Curriculum:

Based on the patterns and cycles of the natural world, our curriculum model accounts for the innate rhythms of individuals and their environment, providing a seemingly effortless but remarkably effective trajectory for learning.

Through games, stories and exploration children will learn:

  • Outdoor Safety and Awareness
  • Animal Tracking
  • Edible and Medicinal Wild Plants
  • Wilderness Survival Skills
  • Bird Language
  • Ancient Crafts
  • Ecology, Community, Self-Discovery
  • and much more

Greenville, SC

Ages: 6 - 12

Time: 10 am - 4 pm

Dates:  April 1, April 15, April 29, May 13, May 27, June 10

Price: $300 for all 6 days (no partial registrations)

Location: just NE of Greenville in Marietta, SC (Google Map)

Registration is OPEN and filling fast!

Our Methods:

Forest Floor utilizes a highly effective educational approach called Nature-Connection Mentoring, which draws on children's inherent enthusiasm for the natural world as a context to actively engage them in the learning process. Children are guided by the mentor towards the empowering experience of curiosity-driven discovery instead of simply being handed information.

Using the subtle Art of Questioning children are challenged to step to the edge of their knowledge and awareness, then enticed by a further mystery to grow beyond that edge.  With the help of what we call Universal Child Passions(think berries, games, exploring, etc.), we create a learning environment that is motivated by the natural inclinations of the children themselves.

Combining a modern understanding of brain patterning and habit creation with these other more ancient methods of mentoring, the children find themselves immersed in an “invisible school” with the forest as their ”classroom”. The goal of such mentoring is nothing short of helping each individual reach their full potential.

Spring 2017 Greenville, SC