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At 7:17pm on February 25, 2014, Tania Moloney said…

Thank you Juliette! I hope you enjoyed the interviews. The full series has 30 in series 1 and I'm on my way to another 30 in series 2. Wonderful people inspiring and working together for a wonderful movement. Richard Louv is part of my upcoming Series 2, quite an honor to connect with him and hear him share his passion.

At 7:32pm on June 23, 2013, T Roberts said…

Great :) Thanks so much.

At 7:02am on March 17, 2011, Matthew H. E. M. Browning said…

Hi Juliet!  I'm heading over to the UK for the IPA conference in Wales in June/July.  Any chance you are attending?  If not, we should think about how to meet up while I'm overseas.  It would be a priviliage to get to know you and all the fantastic work you're doing in Scotland!

~Matthew Browning

At 3:57am on January 17, 2011, Paolo Beneventi said…

Hello Juliet, nice to meet you!


I hope we can do something good together here. I'd like to share experiences and maybe projects, and find the way to make them known by as many people as possible. Especially children. It would take very little for them to discover and love nature, but most of parents and teachers do not know. And we all lose a great occasion.


Best wishes to you


At 8:24am on December 22, 2010, Michele Whiteaker said…

Hi Juliet,

Thanks for connecting with me here, too. I'm sure there will be all sorts of new outdoor fun for 2011. Can't wait to see what happens!


At 7:45am on December 20, 2010, Tim Grant said…

Thanks Juliet.   Will do!

In fact, I tried to do so this AM, but learned you must first accept me as your friend.


I'm now awaiting your decision!


Cheers from this side of the Atlantic,



At 2:29pm on December 18, 2010, Tim Grant said…

Season's Greetings Juliet from Toronto.   Thanks for reaching out.


I'd be glad to join the discussions.  My wife and I have been editing/publishing our non-profit Green Teacher magazine for almost 20 years now, and have also published 6 books. You can learn more about both, and freely view a digital version of a recent back issue at www.greenteacher.com.  Our focus is on publishing innovative ways to connect children, 6-19 years of age, to the natural world.


I should also mention that Green Teacher started in Wales in 1996.  We started what was to be a Canadian edition in 1991, but the UK edition failed shortly thereafter.  Within a few years, we ceased viewing ourselves as Canadian and have been welcoming contributions from around the world ever since.


With that introduction out of the way,  I look forward to the discussions and contributing in any way that I can.





At 10:42am on December 18, 2010, For the Love of Nature said…

Hi Juliet,

Great to hear from you.  I've just sent a request to join the international group.  I've read with much interest the postings from you and others on cn&n connect.  Great information and discussion!

All the best,


At 9:40am on December 17, 2010, Sara Knight said…
Hi Juliet!

Great to hear from you. Yes, I do indeed know Sue, and helped her to get Forest School started in Norfolk. I'm now making sure that all of our trainee primary and early years teachers here at Anglia Rusking University get to hear about Forest School and are offered the opportunity to learn outside with me at least once during their training.
Sara Knight
Anglia Ruskin University
At 9:58pm on December 16, 2010, Dawn Gracewind said…

Hi Juliet

It would be great to connect with you.  I am the admin of the Earth Scouts Network which is a program of the Earth Charter U.S. organization.  It would be great to migrate and import Earth Scouts into the UK!  Let's talk about possibilities.  Looking forward to hearing from you!

Dawn Gracewind

Earth Scouts

At 4:38pm on December 16, 2010, Shirley Hunt said…

Thank you Juliet! It was great to hear from you. I have a "thing" for Scotland (and am in love with various parts of it including the lovely isle of Skye, the Callendar (sp?) area, and Edinburgh).

Focus on Nature is almost into its 3rd year as a program, and we're still developing it in new and surprising directions. We've been focused a lot on building partnerships, and are finding that photography can be a valuable tool for discovery, both in classrooms, but also in outdoor education centres and for environmental projects.

I wasn't aware that photography for young people is growing in interest. Let me know if you hear of anyone else doing this kind of work - we'd love to swap ideas.

For more information about our approach, you can check out our new website: www.focusonnature.ca.


Thanks Juliet!


Shirley (Guelph, Canada)


At 8:12am on December 15, 2010, Herb Broda said…

  Thanks so much for your kind words!


At 5:29pm on November 26, 2010, Sharon Danks said…
Hi Juliet,
I just went to a terrific conference in Canada, hosted by Evergreen (the Canadian national school ground organization), and thought of you. Sue Humphries was the keynote speaker and did a wonderful job of inspiring everyone. Evergreen is doing terrific things with school grounds across Canada. Have you seen their work? www.evergreen.ca

At 6:51am on October 28, 2010, Jennifer Leanne Shortis said…
thankyou for creating the oppurtunity for this forum to go International...fingers crossed it takes off in Australia. cheers :D
At 12:52pm on October 21, 2010, Jane Acton said…
Hi Juliet
Thanks for the comment but could find no Terri Harrison on the CNN website. Could you forward her my details or help in anyway. i would love to see what she has been doing in research terms.
All th best
At 1:38pm on October 16, 2010, Asif Iqbal said…
Hi Juliet,

I feel excited discovering this amazing social network and finding friends like you. I am happy to contribute from Pakistan. You may also visit my blog on http://asifoghi.blogspot.com


At 7:11pm on October 10, 2010, Geoff White said…
Thank Juliet for the welcome,

Would love to see your UK website and resources.

My wife and I visited Scotland in 2005 and loved it!

At 9:10am on September 25, 2010, Alan Smith said…
Hi Juliet
It would be great if you could make the 25th March, if you can we can have a chat about themes etc Let me know if you can make it.
The SLF was good, reasonably busy, a lot of interest in outdoor learning, particularly from early years practitioners.
A lot of people at the Woodlands for Learning seminar and we were well attended at our national parks seminar too.
Bye for now
At 7:04pm on September 23, 2010, yani said…
Thanks for ur support....
Am just recently started over again.... its great ..... hope great things come up and we get inspiration from each other.....
At 12:27am on September 21, 2010, Taina Laaksoharju said…
Hi Juliet!
Yes, please do send information about Scottish activities. I've been to Edinburgh once and I've heard once a Scottish lecture about similar matter.

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