Added by Ann Courcy on May 27, 2016 at 7:45pm — No Comments
I see constant reminders in the media and around me of the hurts of our land. Today I went on a rainy spring hike to my local nature spot and even there I found stakes in the ground delineating where there will be construction and the trees have already been cut down. I feel sad, I am grieving the loss of something dear.
The destruction of our earth is so very big, the timelines to…
Added by Melissa Clews-Hunt on May 5, 2016 at 10:07am — No Comments
Hello, and welcome to Healing Spaces Therapy. I'm so happy to begin this journey of wellness with you.
Even if you are not looking to do therapy but you are someone who values nature and are interested in ways to deepen this, please feel free to contact me. I am grateful to be part of broadening our wellbeing to include the whole earth.
Added by Melissa Clews-Hunt on May 5, 2016 at 9:54am — No Comments
The Missouri River is historically significant, ecologically diverse, culturally important, and right outside many American’s back door. Missouri River Relief, a non-profit organized to connect people with the river, now has two new ways for you to connect your community, educators and students directly with this national treasure.Continue
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Children love to go out on Nature hikes. Our teachers include yoga into our curriculum. Such a great #Mindfulness education at our…Continue
Added by Suzanne Gabli on April 25, 2016 at 10:34am — No Comments
We are very excited to except this award for our 6th school year as a Michigan Green School. This is our first year as an Evergreen status. We received acknowledgment for 20+ points for our conservation efforts.
Added by Suzanne Gabli on April 25, 2016 at 12:00am — No Comments
If I were a tree, just for the day,
Would my perspective change on what humans say?
Mankind states nature is wild and free,
But is that what I would discover and what I would see?
I would find root systems that communicate things,
And perhaps observe people as the wild beings.
I’d witness them breathing in what I breathe out,
And know we were connected without any doubt.
I’d notice nature living in complete harmony,
Added by Susanne Heaton on April 22, 2016 at 3:27pm — No Comments
love I love skunk cabbage. It is one of my favorite signs of spring. As a child, I would carefully navigate the edge of brooks and swamps, making sure not to step on skunk cabbage plants. It was fun to be a bit scared of the potential stink, though the fear of the smell was worse than the smell itself.
Each year, as the light changes and the air warms, I…Continue
Added by Ann Courcy on April 18, 2016 at 2:13pm — No Comments
Check out this tremendous program from a small coastal town in Oregon. You will be blown away.
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North Branch Trekkers is an outdoor based after school program for children in grades 4 through 8. It is run out of the North Branch Nature Center in Montpelier, VT and meets every Thursday, throughout the school year… really, it is me and a bunch of kids goofing off in the woods. But that goofing off is important and when done in a thoughtful…Continue
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PLATEAU Conference – STEAMING Across the Plateau
March 5 – 6
Canyon Country Discovery Center
Four Corners School of Outdoor Education presents the annual PLATEAU…Continue
Added by Lyndie Bradshaw on January 25, 2016 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Registration is now open for STEM Investigations for Sustainable Schools: Those wishing to obtain graduate credit from Lebanon Valley College can participate in the hybrid course which includes online coursework and a Saturday field workshop. Educators and Community members are welcome to attend the Saturday field workshops for free or receive Act 48 hours for a small registration fee. Sign up for one session…
Added by Kim Tesoriero on January 11, 2016 at 9:30am — No Comments
Cedarsong Forest Kindergarten Newsletter - December 2015
By Erin Kenny ©2015
December in the forest was dark and foggy. We had several of the coldest days so far, with temperatures in the low 30’s (Fahrenheit). Our teachers had to work diligently to make sure the children stayed warm. We also kept open communication with the parents about what clothing was working and what was not. Because children this age (2-5 years old) are so tactile, they kept wanting to take off…Continue
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