The Story of Salt Salt and humans have a long, and sometimes complicated, joined history.

Wonder Wednesday 122: From Sea to Salt

Access to Nature is a Birthright Why, on a planet on which all humans evolved

Outdoors for All!

10, 20 ,30, 35 Years Ago...Reflecting on 10 years of helping creatively connect humans with

Wonder Wednesday 121: Travel Nature Journals

August 23, 2012. Wings, Worms, and Wonder enters the world!Reflections on a decade of creative

10 Year Anniversary!

What colors do you see?When we paint with watercolor, or use any color art material,

Wonder Wednesday 120: Color in Watercolor

Monster Watercolor!It's July and that means it's World Watercolor Month!To celebrate, this month we'll have

Watercolor Month Monstera!

International Mud Day!That's right! This year it's Wonder Wednesday and Mud Day all wrapped up

Wonder Wednesday 119: Making Mud Day Masks!

Yay! Summer's almost here!Boo, it's still a pandemic. As we roll toward a 3rd (!!)

2022 Summer Reading Fun!

Nurturing LifeJust as the necrosphere provides the nutrients that help life thrive, how does the

Wonder Wednesday 118: Growing Gifts

The What? (& Is that a dead lizard?)The necrosphere & yes, ants were eating it

The Necrosphere

The Art of Guadalupe MaravillaWe can't talk about the Salvadorian game Tripa Chuca in America

Wonder Wednesday 117: Let’s Play Tripa Chuca!

  Sherry Turkle (MIT Professor) "Boredom is your imagination calling to you." I'm Bored -

Boredom and Imagination

Taking It Back Sewing and gardening have been, for centuries, often seen as women's work,

Wonder Wednesday 116: Craftivism, Nature, and Equal Rights

Happy Women's History Month!March is women's history month, so what better way to celebrate than

Nature’s Way

Backyard Bird Count 2022! This past long weekend was the Cornell Ornithology Lab's annual Backyard

Wonder Wednesday 115: Black Birding & Draw a Bird on It!