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"Our company Greenland oil and gas in Australia is in need of candidates for the following positions below. 1 Finance, Logistics,Administration, Customer care, IT, Human Resource, Accounting Manager ,Catering , sales & Marketing,HSE…"
Jun 19
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Just begin

"What mattered to my father (Edward Kennedy) was not the scale of an accomplishment, but that we did our share to make the world better," Kara Kennedy.Kara Kennedy died today. I know this because of an NPR headline that I saw my iGoogle page. Were it not for that fact I would not have become aware of that quote. It is a quote that struck me and that inspired me to type up this brief post.When we undertake projects it is easy to get trapped by grand visions into a position where we do nothing. I…See More
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"Hula Hoops are a common tool used to teach micro ecology. Grab one and explore http://bit.ly/rrYy11"
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National Public Lands Day

Today is National Public Lands Day and there are activities around the country that will help you participate in you public land near you. Try the National Environmental Education Asso.'s site with its interactive map. Try the…See More
Sep 24, 2011
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"I am watching the 30+ Ruby Throated Hummers buzzing like bees around my three feeders and wondering where I am going to put more."
Sep 18, 2011
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Just begin

"What mattered to my father (Edward Kennedy) was not the scale of an accomplishment, but that we did our share to make the world better," Kara Kennedy.Kara Kennedy died today. I know this because of an NPR headline that I saw my iGoogle page. Were it not for that fact I would not have become aware of that quote. It is a quote that struck me and that inspired me to type up this brief post.When we undertake projects it is easy to get trapped by grand visions into a position where we do nothing. I…See More
Sep 17, 2011
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Nature from inside

This has been a tough year for weather. Here in Texas we are experiencing the worst drought in the state’s history. In the coastal bend of Texas the temperatures have routinely been in the high 90′s and in other places of the state the temperatures have topped 100 for many, many days. With weather like that everyone and everything suffers. Today it is hot enough that I feel like I could bake cookies on the sidewalk. I have no desire to…See More
Sep 15, 2011
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Nature from inside

This has been a tough year for weather. Here in Texas we are experiencing the worst drought in the state’s history. In the coastal bend of Texas the temperatures have routinely been in the high 90′s and in other places of the state the temperatures have topped 100 for many, many days. With weather like that everyone and everything suffers. Today it is hot enough that I feel like I could bake cookies on the sidewalk. I have no desire to…See More
Sep 3, 2011
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"I think I already am, but will make sure, I am @nature_backpack on twitter  "
May 24, 2011
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"Hey Rhonda, Thanks for the friends request. I look forward to seeing your business develop. Do you have a twitter account? You can follow me at TheNatureSchool. net and TheNatureSchool on twitter. Follow me and I'll follow back."
May 24, 2011
beth chase commented on Marghanita Hughes's blog post Introduce your kids to the local wetlands
"What a great post. I have a blog TheNatureSchool.net and I would love to be able to post about this article and your web site. I know that the actual day has passed but you can never acknowledge wetlands too much."
Feb 5, 2011
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get out in the elements

Latest post at my blog: TheNatureSchool.netThose of us in the Northern Hemisphere are, of course, in the midst of winter (you southern hemisphere folk will have to wait till July). What winter looks like varies greatly from latitude to latitude. What winter usually does usually have as a common thread is unpredictable weather. The northeastern United States is buried under mountains of snow that are atypical for that region at this time of year. US weather reporters have said that there is snow…See More
Jan 18, 2011
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get out in the elements

Latest post at my blog: TheNatureSchool.netThose of us in the Northern Hemisphere are, of course, in the midst of winter (you southern hemisphere folk will have to wait till July). What winter looks like varies greatly from latitude to latitude. What winter usually does usually have as a common thread is unpredictable weather. The northeastern United States is buried under mountains of snow that are atypical for that region at this time of year. US weather reporters have said that there is snow…See More
Jan 16, 2011
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14 Gift Ideas for the budding naturalist

Shopping for the nature lover is easy. Gifts to help the nature lover, especially a budding one, can be simple and inexpensive. Gifts like these don't usually require batteries or cables. The object of the game is to keep is simple. This is about connecting to nature rather than gadgets and kids need to be trained to value gadgets. They can also be trained to value life over things.For the wee ones, 18 mos to 3 yrs you want to encourage observation but they aren't yet ready to handle a lot of…See More
Dec 26, 2010
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14 Gift Ideas for the budding naturalist

Shopping for the nature lover is easy. Gifts to help the nature lover, especially a budding one, can be simple and inexpensive. Gifts like these don't usually require batteries or cables. The object of the game is to keep is simple. This is about connecting to nature rather than gadgets and kids need to be trained to value gadgets. They can also be trained to value life over things.For the wee ones, 18 mos to 3 yrs you want to encourage observation but they aren't yet ready to handle a lot of…See More
Dec 23, 2010
Mike Barlow commented on beth chase's blog post More on the moon
"Great blog - love it. Thanks for the tip on the moon project!"
Sep 12, 2010

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2nd year bio teacher of 9th grade. aspiring naturalist and nature educator. on my umpteenth career but returning to my roots.
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National Public Lands Day

Today is National Public Lands Day and there are activities around the country that will help you participate in you public land near you.

 

Try the National Environmental Education Asso.'s site with its interactive map.

 

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Posted on September 24, 2011 at 10:00am — 1 Comment

Just begin

"What mattered to my father (Edward Kennedy) was not the scale of an accomplishment, but that we did our share to make the world better," Kara Kennedy.





Kara Kennedy died today. I know this because of an NPR headline that I saw my iGoogle page. Were it not for that fact I would not have become aware of that quote. It is a quote that struck me and that inspired me to type up this brief post.



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Posted on September 17, 2011 at 1:51pm

Nature from inside

This has been a tough year for weather. Here in Texas we are experiencing the worst drought in the state’s history. In the coastal bend of Texas the temperatures have routinely been in the high 90′s and in other places of the state the temperatures have topped 100 for many, many days. With weather like that everyone and everything suffers. Today it is hot enough that I feel like I could bake cookies on the sidewalk. I have no desire…

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Posted on September 3, 2011 at 4:25pm

get out in the elements

Latest post at my blog: TheNatureSchool.net

Those of us in the Northern Hemisphere are, of course, in the midst of winter (you southern hemisphere folk will have to wait till July). What winter looks like varies greatly from latitude to latitude. What winter usually does usually have as a common thread is unpredictable weather. The northeastern United States is buried under mountains of snow that are atypical for that region at this time of year. US weather reporters have said that…

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At 10:02am on June 19, 2017, Madlea Agnis said…

Our company Greenland oil and gas in Australia is in need of candidates for the following positions below. 1 Finance, Logistics,Administration, Customer care, IT, Human Resource, Accounting Manager ,Catering , sales & Marketing,HSE Jobs,Electrical Jobs,Doctors and nurse,chefs and cooks,Offshore Jobs,Piping Jobs,Inspector Jobs, Civil Engineer Jobs, Commissioning Jobs,Project Manager Jobs,Instrument Jobs Senior Electrical Engineer ,General Manager Drilling , Technical Assessor / Auditor. available.Filipino , Pakistan, Afghanistan,Brunei, Cambodia,India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Iraqis,Maldives,Sri Lanka,Syria,Yemen and African..nationality only can apply.. Salary starts from $11,400 AUD Accommodation & AIR Ticket will be provided by company. Driver –Storekeeper ,Labor/Helper - Filipino nationality only -$3,600 AUD. Accommodation & AIR Ticket will be provided by company.Applicants who has related experience are mostly welcomed. Please mention in your CV which position you’re applying. Kindly send your CV to the email mentioned below. Contact email:  greenland@uymail.com Telephone: +61893822788

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At 4:59pm on May 24, 2011, Rhonda Ursulak said…

I think I already am, but will make sure, I am @nature_backpack on twitter

 

At 5:41pm on March 7, 2010, Lari Jo W. Johnston said…
TES is run through TAMUCC I run Learning on The Edge (LOTE). I would love to meet with you and see how we can work together.
At 1:12pm on February 26, 2010, Lari Jo W. Johnston said…
consider this your wave back fellow CCer :)
At 1:09pm on February 25, 2010, Suz Lipman said…
Hi b! Welcome to C&NN. I'm really glad you found us. I love your blog post about a sense of wonder. It's beautiful and I wonder if you'd consider reposting it here. (Lots of our members repost their blog writings.) I hope you'll make yourself at home around the network in others ways. A group comes to mind that might really work for you: Natural Teachers Network. I hope this becomes a place of sharing and resources for you. Hope to see you again soon.
 
 
 

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