We are finally learning that fundamental experiences of the natural world are inherent necessities for us to reason clearly and shape a fulfilling course of human affairs. How to recover this elementary contact with the natural world is the subject of Exploring a Sense of Place. It is a wonderful example of the Great Work.
Exploring a Sense of Place guidebook will help you with your own process of discovery and reconnection with the natural world where you live. This book will inspire you and give you all the practical tools you need to design, develop, organize, and produce an Exploring a Sense of Place program specific to your bioregion.
Inside this book:
Meaning of sense of place
Steps to designing your own program with on-the-ground-examples
Sample course proposal
Worksheets and tips
Sample flyers, ads, and notebook materials
Resource books, videos, and websites
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Exploring a Sense of Place guidebook
96 pages, Illustrated, 8.5×12 in spiral bound, $25, ISBN 0-9786851-0-5
A project of Children in Nature Collaborative, which is a project of Earth Island Institute, a 501(c)(3) organization