C&NN’s Community Forum serves as a central resource for you to connect directly with others in the children and nature movement. Through this open community, you are invited to connect, ask questions, share and develop ideas and learn what others are doing around the world to connect children to nature. By registering on the site, you can use this space to post information about events, activities, videos and other resources you want to share.

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Judith E. Joyce posted an event

Rockin' Rocks and Fossils with TAKO at Riverside Sand Plant

August 6, 2016 from 10am to 12pm
Like rocks? Like fossils? If so this is the TAKO event for you. TAKO (Take A Kid Outdoors) has teamed up with RiverProducts to have our 3rd Rocking Rocks and Fossil Event. Don’t miss this opportunity to get a tour of a sand and gravel pit! Adults…See More
16 hours ago
Lauren Makeyenko posted events
Jul 10
Suzie Salmon posted a discussion

Watershed Stewards Program is recruiting for Year 23 Members!

The Watershed Stewards Program (WSP) is seeking Member applicants for Service Year 23(October 10th, 2016 – August 18th, 2017)! www.ccc.ca.gov/go/wspApplication Due: August 1st, 2016 Join a team of 48…See More
Jul 8
Cristina Cruz posted an event
Jun 30

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Friday Photo

Rocco leaned down to look at the moss.

In a hushed voice he said, "It sparkles."

Then he reached out and touched the…


Posted by Ann Courcy on May 27, 2016 at 7:45pm

Seeing Red

My friend Jeanie and I took my son Stephen and his friend Sam for a hike. At the beginning of the hike, I noticed a plant with a red stem growing on the edge of the trail and stopped to take a picture of it. As I did this, I mentioned to Jeanie that I was collecting pictures of red. Stephen and Sam ran up to see what I was doing. Jeanie said, "She is…


Posted by Ann Courcy on May 15, 2016 at 7:18am

How do I feel about the ecological crisis?

I see constant reminders in the media and around me of the hurts of our land. Today I went on a rainy spring hike to my local nature spot and even there I found stakes in the ground delineating where there will be construction and the trees have already been cut down. I feel sad, I am grieving the loss of something dear.

The destruction of our earth is so very big, the timelines to…


Posted by Melissa Clews-Hunt on May 5, 2016 at 10:07am

Healing Spaces Therapy Welcomes You

Hello, and welcome to Healing Spaces Therapy. I'm so happy to begin this journey of wellness with you. 

Even if you are not looking to do therapy but you are someone who values nature and are interested in ways to deepen this, please feel free to contact me. I am grateful to be part of broadening our wellbeing to include the whole earth.


Posted by Melissa Clews-Hunt on May 5, 2016 at 9:54am




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