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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 19, 2014

“If you can’t live in the land you love, love the land you’re in.”  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 12, 2014

“Unlike television, reading does not swallow the senses or dictate thought. Reading stimulates the ecology of the imagination.” ― Richard Louv

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Cross-Curricular Communication

When I began the module Communicating Research, for which this blog, the presentation and newspaper article encompass; there’s one thing I did not expect and that’s to have to grasp a basic understanding of Swedish, Norwegian, philosophy and psychology! 904 more words

Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 5, 2014

“Prize the natural spaces and shorelines most of all, because once they’re gone, with rare exceptions they’re gone forever. In our bones we need the natural curves of hills, the scent of chapparal, the whisper of pines, the possibility of wildness.

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Places where our hearts grow fonder

Many of my most powerful memories are linked to places outside. There were some upsides to growing up in northern Canada. The north can be tough, but there is a particular sense of freedom to be found in the vast landscapes. 656 more words

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: November 28, 2014

“Passion is lifted from the earth itself by the muddy hands of the young; it travels along grass-stained sleeves to the heart. If we are going to save environmentalism and the environment, we must also save an endangered indicator species: the child in nature.” ― Richard Louv

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