Category Archives: Education

One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin

(via John Suhar)

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A Semester in the Woods

Just returning from a wilderness trip in the Adirondack’s, I came across this Sierra Club article about “Cool Schools.” I am completely jealous my school does not have a program similar to St. Lawrence’s, and could not help but share … Continue reading

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Will Allen – Planting the Seeds of the Future

A humanitarian can be described as a person who seeks to promote human welfare. When thinking of people who fit this definition maybe Mother Teresa or Gandhi come to mind because of their legends. Some people might argue that a … Continue reading

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What if the World was a Village of 100 People?

There is something unique about data visualization and infographics that can really get a message across, especially The World of 100 project by Toby Ng Design. According to brain pickings, “the power of this smart graphic design coneys big concepts that … Continue reading

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Richard Louv at the Urban Ecology Center

Last week on May 18th I was fortunate to make it to the Urban Ecology Center (UEC) for a night with Richard Louv. He is a journalist and author of eight books about the connections between family, nature and community. He … Continue reading

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