Scale Free Network has just published the art-science storybook 'The Squid, the Vibrio & the Moon'.
This is the first story to emerge from the Microbial Symbiosis Storytelling Project.
As the name suggests, the project will tell stories about microorganisms (like bacteria, fungi and viruses) and the amazing intimate relationships they form with each other, and larger forms of life.
Our intention is to inspire children and adults to love our under-appreciated small…Continue
Added by Dr. Gregory Crocetti on January 30, 2014 at 11:19pm — No Comments
Listen. What do you hear?
Look. What do you see?
Breathe. What do you smell?
Touch. What do you feel?
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Karan would like to invite you to visit the E-Corps siteContinue
Jan. 27, 2014
We trekked Bear Canyon today and found cool, but ominous looking seed pods, fine sparkly dirt that Seamus wants to test with water to see if it will bond like clay, and we noticed all the things his instructor had talked about in Rocks class at the Natural History Museum; Boulders, pebbles, gravel, sand and silt to name a few...We had a nice discussion about the arroyo, the aquifer and why Bear Canyon was an important place to preserve and learn from. Seamus noticed a…Continue
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“Going outside the classroom – and observing what is right there – that is where meaningful learning happens.”
Lilian Katz, Professor Emerita of Early Childhood Education, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign…
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Forest Kindergarten newsletter – ©Erin Kenny 2013
In the pacific northwest of the U.S., the time of winter solstice feels more like the middle of winter than the beginning. Our wet season begins in early fall and runs right through late spring! This year we have noticed some unusual activity in the plant world that seems to indicate spring rather than winter, such as new leaf buds emerging, hazelnut and alder catkins pollinating, increased bird activity and the…Continue
Added by Erin Kenny on January 7, 2014 at 8:36am — No Comments
Love begins from a place no words can describe. Nature reaches this place with it's silent, gentle nudge to our sensibilities if we would just listen. Our boundaries are non-existent when it comes to nature and showing the respect it deserves. Reach beyond, with loving hands, what you think you know and learn more. BM…Continue