Art that Inspires Action Artists Work to Save Nature’s Beauty

by Avery Mack

Mounts Botanical Garden, in Palm Beach County, Florida, hosted Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, a thought-provoking traveling exhibit featuring giant sea creatures made entirely of marine debris from beaches. “It graphically illustrates the amount of plastic pollution in our oceans and waterways,” says Curator and Director Rochelle Wolberg. The exhibit included Grace the Humpback Whale Tail, the Marine Debris Anemone, Priscilla the Parrot Fish, Flash the Marlin, Water Bottle Jelly, Sebastian James the Puffin, Lidia the Seal, Hugo the Humpback Whale Tail, American Sea Star and Musical Seaweed. Take a look at some of them and check for current exhibit locations at WashedAshore.orgContinue reading

Kimberton Waldorf School Announces Forest, Field and Farm Kindergarten Program

kimberton kindergarten programKimberton Waldorf School, serving students from early childhood through grade twelve, will be offering an outdoor, nature-based kindergarten program beginning in the 2015-2016 academic year. Children ages 4 through 6 may be eligible to attend the half-day kindergarten program.
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Silver Lake Nature Center Partners with PA Master Naturalists

This fall, the Pennsylvania Master Naturalist volunteer training program is partnering with Silver Lake Nature Center, in Bristol, to prepare citizens to become volunteer leaders reaching out to their communities through natural resource conservation education, citizen science and stewardship. The training—including 55 hours of classroom and field sessions—will take place at Silver Lake from September 16 to November 11.
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MAY 2014: WOMEN’S WELLNESS, Table of Contents

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APRIL 2014: GREEN LIVING, Table of Contents

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