Category Archives: informal science

A visceral experience: “Body Worlds & the Brain” at OMSI, Portland, OR

Yesterday I headed to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry in Portland, sans wife and child, to see the exhibit Body Worlds & the Brain (which opened on October 20th for a limited engagement). From Gunther von Hagens, the exhibit “includes … Continue reading

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Want to be a volunteer naturalist? Nature University applications are due Nov. 4

I am applying for a volunteer naturalist training program – Nature University – through the city of Portland. For anyone else who wishes to do so also, applications are due no later than today! Learn more about Nature University Download … Continue reading

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Nature education links

NSTA Blog: Experience being outdoors in nature—how much do we need? NSTA, Science & Children articles: Nature’s Palette and A Walk in the Woods

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Connect2science: Through Nature (workshop in Portland)

Funny that on the same day I post a video about making connections to nature comes an opportunity for informal educators: Connect2science: Through Nature From Thursday, November 18, 2010 – 09:00am To Friday, November 19, 2010 – 04:00pm A Nature-based … Continue reading

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