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Seeing the Forest for the Trees

As we walk into the forest, we see all the different types trees, and we know, somehow, that they all have a purpose in life, just like we do. We notice many have lost their leaves this time of year, and the forest looks completely different—kind of empty because you can see so far, and […]

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You’re LOST…Now What? (Part 1)

A Beautiful Hike in the Foothills of the Berkshires… It’s a beautiful spring day, and the sun is going in and out of the clouds. It’s cold at night and warm during the day…just right for the maple sugaring season. It’s been a cold winter, and I look forward to being able to get into […]

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The White Pine

Historic White Pine—Past , Present and Future…How the Land, People and Culture Were Transformed Join me as we walk out into the forest with the snow underneath our feet, looking at the stories that the land holds for us. We see the majestic pine, the one that grows tall through the canopy, like a cathedral, […]

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Winter Shelter Building (Quinzee)

This is an article we wrote in the past but is so pertinent right now! Maya and the Great Outdoors A Daddy-and-Daughter’s Quest for Adventure, Knowledge and Fun in NATURE. Winter is a magical time full of wonder! Animal tracks abound; coyotes and owls call, interrupting a profound silence; and the moon glistens off the […]

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sharing our trip to Alaska and Learning about Animal tracking

Frank Grindrod of https://earthworkprograms.com/ invites you to go for a guided walk of the mysteries of animal tracking in Alaska. Learn to see through the eyes of a tracker. what questions do you ask yourself when out in the forest? when tracking look for patterns in the natural world. what are the animals doing throughout […]

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