While we wait for the next IPO that enriches few, naturalist Ken Anderson has a vision for preserving our two most important resources: the environment and the children we will leave it to.
Browsing the "nature" Tag
- DOWNSIZE + RIGHT SIZE
- FOOD + FARMING
- KEEP YOUR TECH ALIVE
- OFF THE GRID
- URBAN SURVIVAL
- ZOMBIES, ETC.
The newest member of our team talks about what “Insteading” means to him!
Letterboxing is a low tech way to look for treasures in nature. Letterboxing requires a compass and persistence to find hidden boxes that contain a blank book, a stamp and stamp pad. Using the special stamp in the box, you log your find into your own log book and leave your signature stamp in the letterbox book. Letterboxing […]
Geocaching is a growing outdoor hobby where the coordinates of certain locations or hidden “treasure” caches are made available. To find treasure, seekers are armed with handheld GPS devices, a pen and trinkets.
Rain gardens attract birds and butterflies (and bees), while protecting local streams and ponds. These gardens are planted with flowers, shrubs and grasses that are easy to maintain and thrive without fertilizers and pesticides. Where to place a rain garden, how to select plants and how to keep the garden flourishing as a beautiful accent for your home […]
Spring is almost here and if you’re like most people, I’m sure cabin fever has become tiresome. We’re looking forward to some hiking and wildflower scouting at the local state park. And maybe we’ll get a chance to say hello to some wildlife. State parks are great places to get back to nature, especially if […]