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Sunday Snapshot: Cool Baby

Here’s 4-month-old granddaughter Coralie, looking very cool in her shades, ready for a stroll outdoors. Even well-wrapped against the cold, she can enjoy the blue sky, bird song, and other tastes of the natural world. 114 more words

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The Attentiveness Of Walking

“You must walk like a camel, which is said to be the only beast which ruminates while walking.”

                             Thoreau (Journal, October 31st, 1850)

It’s something we hear, and are told, often. 1,031 more words

Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 23, 2015

“When truly present in nature, we do use all our senses at the same time, which is the optimum state of learning.”  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 16, 2015

“Our sensitivity to nature, and our humility within it, are essential to our physical and spiritual survival.  ― Richard Louv

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: January 2, 2015

“The Environmental Protection Agency now warns us that indoor air pollution is the nation’s number one environmental threat to health- and it’s from two to ten times worse than outdoor air pollution.

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Shout it from the Mountaintop: December 26, 2014

“The physical exercise and emotional stretching that children enjoy in unorganized play is more varied and less time-bound than is found in organized sports. Playtime—especially unstructured, imaginative, exploratory play—is increasingly recognized as an essential component of wholesome child development.”  ― Richard Louv

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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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