Celebrating a newly formed partnership with the American Indian Family Center and looking to the future of what we can accomplish together.
Go for a hike in any wooded area and you are bound to see holes in trees. Some may be from branches that have died and fallen off, some may be from one tree falling and hitting another, but many are probably from the percussion section of nature’s band: the woodpecker.
Caruncle, wattle, snood and beard, tom, hen, gobble and strut… A new language? Some new rap lyrics? Nope! They all refer to the wild turkey.
“The human child in nature may well be the most important indicator species of future sustainability.” – Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods Published September 3, 2016 The year was 1970 and issues facing conservationists then were strikingly similar to what we face today: over-development of ecologically important land and children spending… Continue Reading Children in Nature: A partnership with Saint Paul Public Schools