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Botanical gardens can be magical places for children, offering wonderful smells, beautiful colors and best of all, the chance to get good and grubby!
Move over, organic. The new buzz in food circles is 'eat local.' Summer is the perfect time to teach your kids to care where you got the food on their plates.
A great way to kick off 2008 is by boosting your child's vocabulary. Start by reflecting on the New Oxford American Dictionary's 2008 Word of the Year.
Concerned about the environment, but don't know where to start? Here are 10 virtually painless ways to lower your consumption, without losing your mind:
Experts agree, our ocean is in crisis. Luckily, it isn't too late to make a difference. Here's how your kids can help.
Why suffer through crowded trails and vistas, when you can visit a park that's virtually empty? We've got five national parks that are prime for exploration.
Looking for a project that mixes crafting and a little bit of saving the planet at the same time? Look no further than the International Plastic Quilt Project.
Families are increasingly striving to lead a more natural, sustainable lifestyle. Want to take living green to the next level?
Is it financially feasible for U.S. families to 'go green?' Get strategies for having an eco-friendly family while saving money at the same time.
Trees play a major part in the world we live in-- from the air we breathe to the nuts we eat. Plus, they can serve as an instant science lesson! Here's how.
The ten actions parents must take to prevent Nature Deficit Disorder and promote healthier lifestyles for children.
This photo contest is a great way to get your middle schooler excited about Earth Day.
This article outlines the various health and emotional benefits of nature for adults and children. Tips for getting outdoors are included.
Want an activity to get the kids outside, help the ecosystem and improve the scenery in your backyard? Here's a guide for planting a butterfly garden.
This essay writing competition could win your family a trip to the Everglades!
A great list of field guides and nature guides for parents, children, and adolescents. Give detail field guides for children from preschool to fifteen years
Does your child have Nature Deficit Disorder? Here are recommendations on how to reconnect your child with nature!
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