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At 7:09am on June 8, 2012, Rita Watts said…


Thank you for the warm welcome, Suz! We are writing about nature play topics for The Play & Playground Encyclopedia as well as including many news items we are finding here on the Play and Playground News Center! We are excited to connect!

At 6:41am on June 8, 2012, Sinu Patel said…

Thanks Suz! Love that you're an AAHPERD fan! I definitely think we have a lot of
content your community would be interested in knowing about!
Looking forward to connecting!
Cheers,
Sinu Patel

NASPE/AAHPERD Communications

At 11:17am on May 25, 2012, Barbara Mascareno said…

Thanks Suz, I would be very excited to cooperate in bilingual education in science. 

At 6:44am on May 19, 2012, Barbara Mascareno said…

Thank you so much for the warm welcome. And thank you for the Teachers Network group suggestions. What a wonderful group of educators at C&NN! I hope that I can provide more great nature and science exploration for all to enjoy. 

At 9:20am on May 18, 2012, Maria Koschmeder said…

I am going up to the Amana Colonies again today to do a Creek Creep for a 4th grade class- I look forward to these field days every time. Simple exploration and discovery builds appreciation and joy in a natural environment. Of all the programs I do, this one and teaching Kayaking are my favorite and it is almost entirely student-driven!

At 9:43pm on May 17, 2012, Paul Fleischack said…

Hi Suz

Thank-you for the warm welcome. I have done some research on the percieved benefits of an extended journey for adolescents.  The results will be published in the Independent Education magazine here in South Africa. Do you think it would generate interest within the C&N network ?

Regards

Paul

 

At 7:40am on April 21, 2012, Danny Joe LaBrecque said…

Hi Suz,

Thank you for the recommendation.  This is a great resource.  My project is still evolving and it helps so much to connect and engage with online communities like C&NN. 

Danny

At 4:36am on April 18, 2012, Tom Neppl said…

Suz,

Thanks for the kind welcome! I found my way to the Children's Built Environments group and look forward to learning more, sharing my experiences and connecting with this group and others.

Cheers,

Tom

At 5:43am on April 12, 2012, Glaucia Contiero said…

hello Suz, thank u for the warm  welcome.  I'm working as landscaper for Pietro Bruni in Milan and i have a blog too: verdecapim.blogspot.com where I write about gardens, terrace, nature. So here i can find a lot of resouces and inspiration for my future posts.

Grazie Mille!!!

Cheers.

Glaucia

At 6:52pm on April 10, 2012, maggie v spitler said…

Hi Suz!  I live in NW Ohio,  near the lake. There is a abundance of parks, wildlife centers and other natural areas for my kids to explore and learn about. But, it would be a lot more fun if they could share these experiences with other children and their families who feel the same way we do about Nature and all it has to offer. I am considering starting a nature club to bring together some of these families, and I'm looking for info and advice on how to go about this monumental task! :)

At 9:51am on April 2, 2012, Michelle Cusolito said…

Thanks for the warm welcome Suz. I'm still finding my way around.

I saw Richard Louv speak in New Bedford, MA last Thursday.  Great event!

I blogged about it here:

http://michellecusolito.blogspot.com/2012/03/richard-louv-in-new-bedford.html

At 4:23pm on April 1, 2012, Viola Waldo said…

Thanks for the welcome!

I am working on my page.  I set up my contact list.  What is the web address for folks to see my page?

Thanks in advance for your help!

 

ViolaWaldo

At 8:54am on April 1, 2012, Michael D. Barton said…

Thanks for the welcome, Suz!

At 6:04am on March 31, 2012, Scott D. Sampson said…

Hi Suz. Thanks so much for your kind words and generous welcome. I have been following C&NN for years, and decided it was high time that I jumped in and became more involved. You folks are doing remarkable, important work, and I'm excited to participate in the conversations!  Cheers, Scott

At 9:34am on March 26, 2012, Mark Yearwood said…

Hi Suz!  Thank you very much for the warm welcome and for pointing me in the direction of more resources. I am really excited about beginning this adventure as I try to reconnect children to nature in my community.  I look forward to starting conversations with the folks here @ Connect!

Cheers!

Mark

At 5:34am on March 26, 2012, Celeste Booth said…

Thank you, Suz. I'm working as the managing editor for the Ball State Alumnus in Muncie, IN and I'm writing a feature article about nature deficit disorder. I've found some good articles though C&NN and other online searches, but wondered if there was any other direction you could point me to or anyone at C&NN that I could email some questions to... Most of the information I'm finding dates back to 2004/5 and I'm hoping to find some more recent research, if possible. If there is someone I could correspond with to maybe get some quotes for the article or any other research I should be aware of, I'd really appreciate it! Thank you so much, Celeste.

At 4:30am on March 21, 2012, Jeanie Butler said…

Hi Suz thanks for the welcome.  I am busy preparing with a couple of other families our very own community nature club, very exciting times!  I am going to be doing a presentation at our local primary school to drum up as much interest as possible, a little nervous I must say!  Once we have our group set up I will be back to share our experiences and hopefully learn more from others who are actively enjoying their own family nature clubs.  many thanks, Jeanie

At 11:48am on March 19, 2012, Christina Chappell said…

Hello!  Thank you for welcoming me to the site!  I'm a little slow with getting my page set up, but I will get there!  I'm studying Environmental Education at Antioch, and graduating this May, so i"m trying to make as many connections as possible! 

At 10:34am on March 15, 2012, Carolyn said…

Hi Suz - thanks for the welcome and for suggesting additional resources. I'll be sure to check them out. Yes, my goal is to connect more families with nature. Just rebuilt my web site and will slowly be adding lots of local resources for families in the DC metro area. Looking forward to learning lots from this rich community! Feeling quite inspired after attending Richard Louv's talk at the National Cathedral this week.

At 5:59pm on March 11, 2012, Dawn Suzette said…

Thank you for the welcome Suz!

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