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Hard work rarely makes you think of singing, smiles, and screams of delight. But at NatureBridge, that is precisely what we see when students work on stewardship projects.

Posted by Wyatt Floerke, March 26, 2014
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Why must we create the next generation of conservation leaders?  A sustainable future for our planet requires that our young people both know and love the natural world.  A connection with nature, if created early, will endure and deepen over a lifetime. Certainly this was my experience. 

Posted by Stephen Lockhart, March 18, 2014
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Hard work rarely makes you think of singing, smiles, and screams of delight. But at NatureBridge, that is precisely what we see when students work on stewardship projects.

Posted by Wyatt Floerke, March 26, 2014

Why must we create the next generation of conservation leaders?  A sustainable future for our planet requires that our young people both know and love the natural world.  A connection with nature, if created early, will endure and deepen over a lifetime. Certainly this was my experience. 

Posted by Stephen Lockhart, March 18, 2014

At NatureBridge, we teach thematically—introducing a theme for the day or the week and weaving lessons and activities into that theme.  This provides an overarching goal for students and a cohesive way to structure each teaching day. 

Posted by Elspeth Hamilton, March 13, 2014

Have you been following our poem reveal on Facebook? See all the poem images and read the full poem.

Posted by Elena Eichelberger, March 12, 2014

January in the Marin Headlands was remarkable, as unseasonal sunshine and unbelievably warm temperatures greeted residents and visitors almost daily. Even more impressive than the phenomenal weather was a large group of International Baccalaureate (IB) students from Winston Churchill Middle School. 

Posted by Zoe Dagan, February 13, 2014

Ah winter … for most of the planet, the plants welcome winter by leaving their leaves behind and waiting for the worst to pass. The animals either take flight towards a sunny destination or seek the shelter of caves or holes to sleep it out.

Posted by Wyatt Floerke, February 05, 2014
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