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At 2:47pm on April 27, 2010, Lindsey Brander said…
Suz,
Thanks! I was so excited when I stumbled on this forum. As a special education teacher I am very interested in exploring nature based therapies for children with autism, ADHA and other behavior disorders. I look forward to accessing the resources and chatting with my fellow nature lovers.
At 1:09pm on April 27, 2010, Scenic Travel Canada said…
Hi Suz,

Thanks for the enthusiastic welcome to C&NN. I look forward to reading about your outdoor family getaways. Have a great summer! Take care.
At 11:07am on April 27, 2010, Sherry Schweighardt said…
Thank you! I already joined the Natural Teachers group :-) Looking forward to participating!
At 10:55pm on April 26, 2010, Allie Pasquier said…
Thank you for your note. I'm glad to be here!
At 11:24am on April 22, 2010, Angela Collins-Richtenburg said…
Simply, thank you.
At 11:05am on April 14, 2010, Tara Smoot Nasmyth said…
Hello. Thank you for the warm welcome. I love it glad to be here. I look forward to new connections in the network.
At 11:22am on April 8, 2010, Stephanie said…
thanks for the welcome and I have found the teacher's group! I love this site and the resources it offers.
At 4:00pm on April 5, 2010, David Donnenfield said…
Suz,
How nice to meet you on this forum. Thanks for you nice comments about our film. As it turns out, it just won two more awards over the weekend at the International Wildlife Film Festival in Missoula, MT. One of the awards was the "Hero of Conservation" award given to the founder of the STRAW project, Laurette Rogers. My co-producer, Kevin White, and I are very happy for her and for the entire STRAW team that brings this incredible program to children like your daughter. Community-based environmental restoration needs to be a nation-wide movement. We hope the film contributes to that cause.
At 9:19pm on March 31, 2010, Andrea said…
Thanks! I'll check out the Teacher's Network! I learned about your organization after reading Georgia Heard and Jennifer McDonough's book, "A Place for Wonder." Looking forward to getting more connected!
At 4:14pm on March 27, 2010, Mark Meyers said…
Suz, thanks for responding! I will join the Natural Teachers Network too. As for the nature clubs, I found one in the Jacksonville area and posted to their google groups but it doesn't appear to be very active. I'm hoping my Parks for Parents groups generates more interest in this area.
At 10:47am on March 27, 2010, Tammy Baumgartel said…
Thanks so much suz for such a warm welcome. I will check out the natural teachers group and might even consider starting one of my own on eco-therapy. I work alot with kids with ADD and am finding alot of activities in the Coyote Guide that would be very useful in my work. I look forward to being a part of this community.
At 9:09am on March 27, 2010, Sue Hughes said…
Thanks for your kind comments, Suz! It's amazing how many opportunities technology affords us, not the least of which is a means to network! I will certainly explore your forum and site further so that I (and Beaufort's Run) can benefit from everyone's combined experience! Again, thanks for all of your work towards our common goal!
- Sue
At 3:59pm on March 24, 2010, Barb Agnew said…
Thank you Suz,
Cold holds on tight here but many birds are finally singing. next month we start looking for signs of Mourning Cloak butterflies, preparing the Trail, and planning events and activities. Last season we had a children's book reading on the Trail, and had a "Moon party"! (the only place in town to see the sunset and moonrise at the same time-The Milwaukee County Grounds.) it was wonderful family fun. will submit photes...barb
At 5:13pm on March 22, 2010, Christopher W. Cherry said…
Hi Suz! Thank you for hosting this forum! I am looking forward to learning more and meeting like minded people.

- Chris
At 12:40pm on March 20, 2010, sonja larsen said…
Thank you, Suz, for the welcome. I am intrigued with the organization's goals and
hope to learn more about teaching. I am a workshop leader and when I demo at art shows,
I always ask young people if they want to make a nature print. The look on their faces when they see their first print is priceless! Two sisters in Chinese immersion school managed to sign their prints in Chinese. 8-)
At 1:50pm on March 17, 2010, Monique Rose said…
Thank you for the welcome! Haven't looked around yet but will soon.
-Monique Rose
At 1:48pm on March 17, 2010, Ron Swaisgood said…
Thanks for the friend-vite, Suz. It took me (during work hours) to your wonderful blogs, your slow family website and more. Your life sounds idyllic. I wish we were neighbors and our family good join yours adventuring in those magic redwoods...
At 1:34pm on March 17, 2010, Burr Williams said…
good to meet you Suz! I would like to hear your questions and comments about my proposal.
At 7:53am on March 17, 2010, Karla Akins said…
Thanks, Suz. Do you have a link to that discussion? I'd love to read it. Thanks for the blog post idea. I'll try that sometime soon! Do I just post it in my own blog area on this site?
At 2:01pm on March 16, 2010, Dennis Hill said…
Thanks Suz. Appearances can be deceptive. Our young organization is struggling to find a way to make a difference. We are striving to reconnect youth with the natural environment with a focus on doing objective observation. Our vision is grand, but our organization resources are limited. We seek consultation and advice from folks who have experience building a 501c3. A plea for Help!! on how to do it and make it successful.

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