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Monday thought of the week: bonded via nature

A thought: Watching Amelie embrace the natural world has been a gift, but I’ve been surprised to see how much our family has bonded via nature. In a fast-paced, over structured world, many families struggle to find moments to bond. … Continue reading

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Humanist Perspectives: Connecting Children to Nature

I did a guest post for the blog of the Foundation Beyond Belief, which I copy here: Humanist Perspectives: Connecting Children to Nature This post is part of our Humanist Perspectives series. In this series, we invite guest contributors to explore active … Continue reading

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Monday thought of the week: experience

A thought: How can we expect them to really care about their natural environment if they’ve never had an experience in it? – Martin LeBlanc, Sierra Club, in the documentary PLAY AGAIN

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