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This group aims to gather all of the C&NN users from Europe. Share what you're doing to reconnect children and nature in europe.
Latest Activity: Mar 18, 2017
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Hello. I am originally from Germany but live in Canada since 16 y ears. I co created an Earthday program for the local school district
and since last September 2016 I am the program instructor for a forest school program for 3 -5 year old children on Vancouver Island. I am always interested what other groups do - to get inspired from like mined nature enthusiasts national and internaional.
Hello everyone! I'm new to this group and look forward to reading the discussions to-date and hopefully cultivating a future exchange of ideas with you all. I recently gave a presentation at Fab City in Amsterdam on some work I'm involved with in my home state of Iowa. We're working with the local community to create a Monarch Butterfly Waystation in their neighborhood.
I'm a practicing Landscape Architect (I also design camps) and a university lecturer with an interest in children, youth and the environment as well as STE(A)M programming at camp. I look forward to connecting with you!
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