Are you a teacher interested in incorporating more nature and place-based learning into your lessons? Do you want to increase opportunities for integrating outdoor learning with STEM content? Nature Up North is offering a workshop for local teachers on August 3rd and 4th.
There is no doubt that the dandelion is an invasive species, but before throwing them in your compost pile, consider exploring a new route to realize the wonders of this weed.
"Single oxen are uncommon. Single oxen in harnesses are even less common, and women doing oxen at all is not a lot, so you kind of make it up as you go."
Reach for your camera, and not for the flower when you encounter one of these rare orchids in the woods.
Few activities bring more joy than watching dogs running around outside – leaping from rocks to logs, splashing in the water, and sniffing out nearby squirrels at the base of every tree they pass. It is impossible not to join, chasing them and throwing sticks for them to retrieve – their tongues hanging out of their smiling faces and tails wagging faster than the wings of a hummingbird.