Outdoor Learning

Sleeping Under the Stars: Cross-Cultural Camping Adventures

The magic of sleeping under the stars is universal. The way we spend time outdoors is definitely not. We are from the Pacific Northwest in the USA where nearly everyone has a tent in their closet.  Trees are tall, rivers are wild, and campsites are clean and private.  There are many types of camping that

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How to Make a Scandinavian Midsummer Crown

Midsummer is the celebration of the longest day of the year. It is one of the oldest celebrations in human history. One can see the original pagan roots steeped in the current practices of midsummer—the traditional dresses, dancing around the maypole, wearing flowers in your hair, and celebrating fertility in many ways and always with

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Conservation for Kids: The Trash Hero Movement

Want to learn more about how you can get your family involved in conservation for kids? Read on to find out about the Trash Hero Movement! It’s all over the news. Billions upon billions of plastic garbage are piling up on land, floating in the water, polluting the sea, rivers, and lakes. The situation is

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