Category Archives: epna interviews

EPNA Interview #9: Stephen Hatfield, REI’s Outdoor Programs (Portland)

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #8: Nadine Salama, Green Tulip Preschool

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #7: Erica Stokes, West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #6: Elvira Muniz Stenson, Portland Parks & Recreation

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #6: Kelly Hogan, Mother Earth School

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #5: Rick Reynolds, author of the EverGreen Twins nature activity books

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #4: Bethany Thomas, Ecology in Classrooms & Outdoors

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #3: Kim Silva, Friends of Outdoor School

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #2: Tony Deis, Trackers Earth

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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EPNA Interview #1: Chrissy Larson, Portland Parks & Recreation

This is a new series of posts in which I interview Portland personalities that are making a difference in connecting children of this region to nature. Richard Louv, the premier voice in the children and nature movement, has written several … Continue reading

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