5 Ways to Nature During the School Year

Summer provides plenty of time for kids and families to get outside. Yet the school year often finds our kids indoors, walking down halls and learning in classrooms. Their focus changes from the much wider and diverse world of Nature to a representation of the world on computer screens, in books, and from a teacher’s curriculum.

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A Knife in Your Child's Life

A Knife in Your Life

Teaching kids knife and woodcarving skills are aiding in their development and exploration, an essential part of growing up. So If you’re interested in getting your kids a knife and getting them started on this fun and empowering activity, we’ve got a few recommendations for you.

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Bushcraft & Leave No Trace

Humans can be a healthy part of the natural world in ways that increase biodiversity for wildlife. While the proper practices of Bushcraft often caretake for the land, “Leave No Trace” is meant to lessen our impact, it is not meant to steward it.

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