Teaching the essence of life
We've developed a series of programs focusing on self-sufficiency, simplicity and sustainable living. These valuable skills benefit the environment and foster self-confidence.
The backbone of our work is in the continual exploration of natural habitats. We've a number of programs that allow us to delve deeply into the world around us and appreciate the wonders therein.
Natural Science Days Summer Camp: Three consecutive Mondays of science and nature learning for kids age 6 to 12. Have your children experience the "return to nature" that was a basic tenet of the Arts & Crafts Movement while enjoying the great outdoors in the style of Elbert Hubbard.
Native American Plant Wisdom: Evangola State Park - September 13th. We'll share Native American use of plants for both food and medicine and ways you can employ this Indigenous wisdom, farmers markets and a kitchen garden to benefit health and the environment.
Humans have long declared a monopoly on intelligence. But research in the last decade challenges us to rethink this subjective concept. The family Corvidae (large Passerine birds that include Ravens, Crows and Jays) demonstrates many of the thinking and reasoning skills we once thought were exclusive to primates. Click "read more" for a nice compilation of Corvid research and prepare to give a nod of deeper respect to these amazingly successful birds.