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Thursday, July 11, 2013
Reconnecting with Nature
"In today's world of overpopulation and high consumption, it is essential that we make an effort to keep people in touch with the earth: its natural rhythms, the changing seasons, its beauty and mystery."
- Paul E. Knoop, Jr.
(Taken from the Foreword of Sharing Nature with Children, by Joseph Cornell)
The rainy weather held off for the third Sharing Nature with Children event over July 4th weekend. A group of friends and parents met at the 300-acre Bucktoe Creek Preserve for a morning nature activity with TLC. Saturdays activity focused on strengthening memorization of natural objects such as, types of rocks, plants and seeds.
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