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Drum Circle (families) at Environmental Nature Center

August 27, 2015 from 7pm to 8pm
As the sun is setting, gather around the campfire. Surround yourself with trees and living things, and listen to the sounds of daytime Nature going to sleep as the nocturnal denizens of the Nature Center awake. As stars begin to appear in the night…See More
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Beverly Rios shared Children & Nature Network's group on Facebook
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Lauren Maples replied to Sybil Juzwiak Doyle's discussion Art in Nature Ideas in the group Art and Nature projects
"That's wonderful!  I will keep in touch.  I found your Facebook page. I'll email you."
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Sybil Juzwiak Doyle replied to Sybil Juzwiak Doyle's discussion Art in Nature Ideas in the group Art and Nature projects
"Hey Lauren, weaving is definitely fun!I love making wreaths out of willow tree branches. We're organising a basket weaving workshop through the Port Macquarie Community Gardens later this year, you might be here for it :) You might be here for…"
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Family Farm Day Gives Kids Dose of Vitamin "N"

Nature Rocks Homer's annual Family Farm Day in Alaska brought over 200 people - young and old - out into the sunshine this month!

 

Family Farm Day Gives Kids Dose of Vitamin "N"…

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Posted by Carmen Field on April 24, 2015 at 10:22am

Banyan Bliss, an Eco Homestead!

Banyan Bliss is an Eco friendly homestead created to offer children and parents a time and space to connect with nature. We are blessed to be based in the western Ghats in India.

Western Ghats is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the eight "hottest hotspots" of biological diversity in the world. It is sometimes called the Great Escarpment of India.



The area is one of the world's ten "Hottest biodiversity hotspots" and has over 7,400 species of flowering plants, 139… Continue

Posted by Beena Nair on April 23, 2015 at 8:01pm

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