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Comment by Ali Baylor on July 9, 2012 at 2:16pm

Oh yeah- we have Homosassa Springs, Weeki Watchi with manatees, and Chinsegut Conservation Center here within half an hour of our location, Golden Rainbow Ranch, in Brooksville.  People would be welcome to camp out on our property instead of paying for a hotel.  We also have a nature center where you could sleep on an air mattress, and an extra king and a single in our house.

Comment by Ali Baylor on July 9, 2012 at 2:14pm

I am aiming for something like a 2 day workshop in November.  Would people be willing to travel to Brooksville?  One group I would like to get out, and I have spoken to, is the "Nature Explore" outdoors classroom group.  I am working on a grant with a women's shelter to get them an outdoors classroom from this program, and want to get our ranch certified as well.  They do two different 3 hr. trainings for $1800, so let me know if you know of any grants that might cover this.  If you would like to present your program, or do an activity or a lecture on your area of expertise, let me know! 

Comment by Marielise Jacobs on July 9, 2012 at 9:02am
Hi Ali- I think it would be great to get us together for a workshop. It sounds like we have a diverse group with lots to offer. I would be interested in attending. Thanks!
Comment by AyoLane Halusky on January 31, 2012 at 10:17am

I live in Jacksonville Florida looking to connect with others in tha area. Trying to form a group to pratice some skills... tracking,   Bird language, awairness, etc... creating a stronger relationship with the earth as a teacher and mentor. Let get together and go on a journey.

Comment by Rebecca Means on May 10, 2011 at 2:24pm

Introducing the Ecological Discovery Series!

 

Join us on experiential learning adventures into the global biological hotspot we know as North Florida.   These day courses teach exciting natural history topics through total immersion in native ecosystems.

 

Registration for our first class, Longleaf Pine Eco-Discovery is now open. 

Comment by Deb Dorsett Hanson on May 4, 2011 at 1:28am
Hi Florida folks! I'm a 30 year veteran environmental educator... Looking to connect to others in FL. Currently work as EE specialist for CREW Land & Water Trust and do some consulting. Want to know more about getoutdoorsFlorida and will be checking that website. Looking for examples of libraries that are getting kids outdoors.
Comment by Kristen Beck on March 7, 2011 at 3:14pm

Our goal is to get people outdoors, connect them with nature and bring nature to those who can not get out.

 

Florida Outdoor Center is located in Sebastian,FL and offers kayaking, biking, hiking and indoor programs for all ages.

 

Guided Tours or self guided outings for individuals and families in the Treasure Coast Area can be arranged. 

 

Summer Camp for kids age 6 -11 and Teen Adventure Camp for those 12 -16 are offered durning school vacation.  Our emphasis is on kayaking and waterbased activities in the Indian River Lagoon. Visit our website FLOC and gt outside and play.

 

We are hosting a series of Paddlers CPR Fishing Tournaments that are FREE for children 15 and under for more info check out FLOC Fishing Tournaments

 

We hope to see you outside soon!

Comment by Rebecca Means on March 7, 2011 at 1:20pm

We, Remote Footprints, just joined the Children and Nature Network and are excited to be apart of this network opportunity.  Our mission is to help families and individuals build greater relationships with the natural world through experiential learning.  We are based in the Florida panhandle (Tallahassee) and will be offering camping clinics, natural history hikes, citizen scientist activities, and other ways to get outside.  We have a mailing list if anyone is interested in being notified of upcoming activities.

 

As for favorite parks, I am a big fan of all the coastal parks and St. George Island SP has always been near and dear to my heart.  Children don't seem to need any entertainment at the beach and there is so much to learn!! 

Comment by Lisa Leihy on January 25, 2011 at 12:55pm
Hello fellow Floridians...please offer your suggestions for favorite parks to visit with preschoolers and families and why those parks are so special to you.  I'm hoping to get out more to explore.  Thanks in advance for your comments!
Comment by Meghan Cox Mick on December 1, 2010 at 9:58am
It's a coalition of government agencies, non-profits, and the private sector to raise awareness on getting kids outdoors. It's basically the statewide version of C&NN, with a little more of a twist towards fish and wildlife type activities. I usually attend the meetings (in Tallahassee) but you should check out the website. It's only a couple of years old and we just got 501c non-profit status.

www.getoutdoorsflorida.org
 

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