Jun 12, 2020, 1:00 PM Join Capital Nature and Park Rx America for a timely discussion with naturalist and author Melanie Choukas-Bradley. Inspired by her new book: Resilience: Connecting with Nature in a Time of Crisis, the program will explore how a relationship with nature can nurture and support our wellbeing during COVID-19 and other […]
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Thursday, Jun 11, 2020, 7:00pm – 8:00pm Recorded webinar here This program is co-hosted by the Fauquier County Public Library Mathematics gives us a powerful tool for looking at and studying nature. Math can help us understand why plants and animals build their structures in certain ways and why some numbers and shapes are more […]
On June 10, Dulce Espelosin, Senior Trainer at Rare’s Center for Behavior and the Environment, will lead two webinars hosted by the International Social Marketing Association. Tune in as she shares the unique opportunities and challenges of supporting community-led, behavior change campaigns. Working in remote places presents many challenges when it comes to nature conservation, […]
Alison Zak, the very talented education associate supporting The Clifton Institute in Warrenton, interviews Dr. David Wilcove, professor at Princeton University and author of No Way Home: The Decline of the World’s Great Animal Migrations. Is there hope? Dr. Wilcove says, yes, and urges us to persevere. This is a stimulating, positive, worthwhile use of […]
Shawn Dilles A short time ago, in a world that seems far, far, away, my wife and I decided to visit the end of the Earth. We spent January on a large, now infamous cruise ship traveling from Santiago, Chile to Buenos Aires, Argentina by way of Patagonia, Tierra del Fuego, the Antarctic Peninsula, and […]
When: June 14, 2:00-4:30 pm Where: Either via videoconference or St. Peter’s in the Woods, Fairfax Station, VA Join Plant NoVa Natives as they discuss how and why faith communities are using their places of worship to demonstrate stewardship of the Earth. Learn more.
For those of you able to enter the physical natural world through poetry, J.P. Grasser has published a poem that may resonate with you. The work of his fellow poets, living and gone, is also accessible on Poem a Day.
Learning Lab: A free, interactive platform for discovering millions of authentic digital resources and creating content with online tools. The Learning Lab has an immense amount of content, and the Getting Started guide is a helpful resource. In addition, the weekly Smithsonian Activities Choice Boards features weekly highlights for various subject areas. Issue One and […]
April 22, 2020 8:45am – 5:00pm Join us for a virtual Earth Day — a day-long celebration, with interactive discussions, a variety of activities, and live video programs to help you connect with nature and the outdoors. Join us for one, some, or all of the events — it’s up to you! Tune in to www.wildlifecenter.org/EarthDay2020 for a variety […]
Gaze out the window or at your computer, in the name of data BY JESSICA LEIGH HESTER Atlas Obscura readers are spending time at home to stay safe and healthy, so the organization is sharing ways you can be awestruck anytime, no matter where you are. “THE NATURAL WORLD DOESN’T SLOW down just because humans […]