Tag Archives: nature

New Release – Coming of Age and Finding Your Place

  Guest Post by Author Julie Dunlap Growing up has always been tough. But the millennial generation, my young adult children’s cohort, faced especially daunting challenges. The 9/11 terror attacks, Hurricane Katrina, the BP oil spill, and SuperStorm Sandy, along with … Continue reading

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Looking for a Meaningful Gift? Share Your Love of Nature.

Looking for a meaningful gift? Give the gift that will last a lifetime: Share your love of nature. So much of what we give and get are temporal items that have little, lasting meaning to the recipient. What if you could … Continue reading

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Why I Lead Walks

I love walking through the woods, along streams, and around lakes because there is so much to see and discover. There are eagles, osprey, beaver, turtles, and a host of herons. There are old foundations, overgrown driveways, and ancient trees. … Continue reading

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Great Summer Reads on Nature, Environment, and Keys to Creating a More Sustainable Future

I have listed below my recommendations for summer reading. Several of these were instrumental to me in developing my perspectives on environmental issues. Others were helpful in my research for my books (see below). Yes, of course, I would like … Continue reading

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THE NATURE-SMART CAREER: 11 New Jobs for a Nature-Rich-Future – by Richard Louv

What if high schools and colleges helped students create a nature-rich future, helped them become outdoor entrepreneurs? By that, I don’t mean careers devoted only to energy efficiency. That’s important, but there’s a whole new category of green jobs coming and … Continue reading

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Saving Nature in Urban Areas – guest post by Karin DeLaitsch

I’m always interested in seeking new places to visit. For me, new surroundings stimulate new ideas to bring home. This year’s travels were no exception. Each contained a populated urban area with a distinctly different approach to connecting people with … Continue reading

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