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

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!

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!

Living and Dying in HarmonyThe past couple weeks/months have been tests and lessons in my

Moss Glitters in Reply

"Buildings, too, are children of Earth and Sun."Recently, a 9 year old and 14 year

From Fallingwater to Florida: Nature Inspiration by Frank Lloyd Wright

Join me in a lighthearted chat with Bethan Burton of the Journaling with Nature podcast

Journaling With Nature Podcast Chat

Design a Day to Celebrate! I learned about all Lughnasa (also called Lammas) this month

Lughnasa: Celebrate Creating!

Happy Wonder Wednesday 106! Who says focusing on the negative can’t be positive? Not in

Wonder Wednesday 106: The Positive Side of Drawing Negative Space

 The newest Wings, Worms, and Wonder bookDraw Yourself Back to Nature: Creativity, connection and art-making

Draw Yourself Back to Nature – the Book!

 The time has come -I finally get tell you!  My first live (online) workshop in over

Nature is Simply Shapes!

Out of sight, out of mind. It’s such a common phrase. It’s so easy to

Making the Invisible Visible

  Across North America ice, snow, and freezing temperatures abound. Let’s  round out Black History

Wonder Wednesday 103: Climate and Icicles

  It’s the first Wonder Wednesday of 2021! We’ve got a whole new year of

Wonder Wednesday 102: I Believe in Montessori Phenology Wheel