Get to know the tools and skills of wilderness education to connect intimately with the pristine nature.
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Learn why I use leather and wool for outdoor gear despite my appreciation for animals and how this can be reconciled.
Do you want to start smoking herbs? Here you will get the basics to try out smudging and experience its healing effect.
You long for a stronger connection to nature? Here you can find 33 specific exercises and ideas, with which you can easily strengthen your connection to nature.
Silent Walking is easy to learn. With these tips for beginners, you start mindfulness practice and experience its beneficial effect.
What is the right one for you: difference between environmental education, nature education, experiential education, forest education and wilderness education.
The Indigenous peoples of America were incredibly skilled in everyday life. Find here a list of survival skills from which we should learn.
With mapping and building maps, children discover their environment in an intense way. Learn two great missions for you and children's groups.
Walking barefoot is a great way to reconnect with the earth and ground oneself. I will show you reasons why barefoot walking is beneficial.
The Western education system and the learning system of our ancestors - two traditions that stand diametrically opposed to each other in many respects
In this step-by-step guide with pictures, you will learn how to build a flute with four tone holes from the tubes of Japanese knotweed.
Nature connection is the feeling of intense connection with nature. When we spend time in nature, we can immediately experience this feeling.
A guide to bird language and how to learn it yourself. Learn everything about the messages of the birds and how to interpret the songs and melodies.
A wilderness candle is a nice little idea for your forest program with children. You only need empty snail shells, beeswax, and a wick.
Tracking is a great skill for identifying animal tracks. Learn to read tracks with this guide and find numerous examples and pictures of tracks and signs.
Learning twice as much through unplanned time and at the same time sharpening the senses? With the core routine of wandering, this is possible.
The learning method of Coyote Teaching has been successfully practiced by indigenous peoples for thousands of years and is based on curiosity and enthusiasm.
The power of giving thanks will transform your entire life. In fact, you will perceive nature and the people around you differently.
The sit spot is one of the most important core routines in wilderness pedagogy. How you start with it and what it means for you, you learn in this guide.
What would happen if your children were never bored in the forest, and they got to know nature? With the 15 forest games your children will definitely have fun.