Support Children in Nature

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“Fourteen years ago, my book Last Child in the Woods introduced the term “nature-deficit disorder.” The term was new, but the trend (of alienation from the natural world) was not.” – Richard Louv   If getting children out into nature is as … Continued

Our Living Planet

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From The New York Times: The Earth Is Just as Alive as You Are Scientists once ridiculed the idea of a living planet. Not anymore. It’s time to revisit the Gaia Hypothesis. “If Earth breathes, sweats and quakes — if … Continued

Remnants of a Season

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By Karen Stevenson Remnants of a misty moisty morning walk…a deer skull, lichen, autumn leaves, and a nest. Remnant…remembering…a fading season, an empty nest, and bones. A tree covered in the feathery blue-green-gray lichen, a nest fallen from a tree, … Continued