'Upcycled' Crafts and Nature Art

August 3, 2020 by Caroline Weiss, Environmental Education Intern
As an Environmental Education Intern with the Parks Conservancy, seasoned babysitter, and former counselor at Heritage Creek Farm Camp, I’ve...
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Celebrating National Parks and Recreation Month!

July 13, 2020 by Beth Seibel

“Each year since 1985, Americans have celebrated national Park and Recreation Month during the month of July to recognize the importance of parks...

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Horticulture and Forestry: Into the Weeds

May 28, 2020 by Maggie Herrick, Restoration Gardener

While we enjoy gardens for their beautiful blooms, attractive foliage, and fragrant blossoms, a variety I often find myself marveling and...

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The Environmental Education Imperative

May 21, 2020 by Beth Seibel

This quote by Albert Einstein embodies several of the key components of environmental education including awareness and sensitivity; knowledge and...

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Notes From Your Gardener: Wildlife in the Gardens

May 8, 2020 by Robin Eng

While we enjoy gardens for their beautiful blooms, attractive foliage, and fragrant blossoms, a variety of other animals enjoy these spaces too! ...

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