Parent Perspective: How to be a Nature Play Advocate

Parent Perspective: How to be a Nature Play Advocate

  Bio Sara Arancibia: Growing up in the 80’s in a small country town in the UK, I have many childhood memories of running down by the river, mucking around by the salt marshes, riding my bike around the block until the street lights came on, “knocking” for...
Bring Tree Climbing Back in Schools

Bring Tree Climbing Back in Schools

When I got Shaun’s email, I was not only excited, but I was pretty impressed too. Often, I get a bit of push back when I challenge people to think differently about tree climbing in their school. But this, this email showed me what proactive looks like and has left me...
The NZ Makeover of Nature Education

The NZ Makeover of Nature Education

New Zealand has a very unique natural environment. We are also a country that has some deep values linked to our outdoor environment. Even though over the last couple of decades that has changed somewhat – It is still deep within our psyche. What surprises me is that...
Tree Climbing and Health and Safety

Tree Climbing and Health and Safety

This is my first attempt at dissecting the Health and Safety Act. There is so much to digest so if you think I have got anything wrong or that I haven’t considered something that is relevant, please let me know and I will happily update once researched further....
Natural Phenomena Experience

Natural Phenomena Experience

It’s hard to know where to start when describing a conference as amazing as the Natural Phenomena 2017. The conference is set in the Wild Woods near Whangarei where most participants pitch their tent and have a full immersion experience of nature and education...

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