February 6, 2009

Call for proposals for national gardening conference held in Columbus!

ACGA ANNUAL CONFERENCE Thursday August 6 – Saturday August 9, 2009 at Franklin Park Conservatory A note from Franklin Park Conservatory’s Growing to Green Program This […]
February 1, 2009

Explore the Outdoors Update

Alice Hohl from The Leave No Child Inside Central Ohio Collaborative attended the Explore the Outdoors Planning Meeting Jan. 27. There was discussion about the second […]
January 8, 2009

Health & Hunger – MLK Weekend of Community Service (Weekend Event – January 17) The Collaborative has been invited to take part in Clintonville and Worthington’s effort to participate in the National Service Day being declared by President-elect Obama […]
December 30, 2008

See Richard Louv in Columbus for $20!

Richard Louv is an author and journalist focused on nature, family and community. His most recent book, Last Child in the Woods; Saving our Children From […]
December 30, 2008

Please help the Wilds find a talented Director of Conservation Education

Dear Collaborative Members, Please help the Wilds find a talented Director of Conservation Education. Thanks for your help and Happy Holidays. Denise Natoli Brooks Conservation Education […]
December 4, 2008

Social Studies Education Blog features LNCI
November 12, 2008

Leave No Child Inside Summit ’08 Notes: Nature Preschools

Nature Preschools are ideal for connecting kids to nature April Hoy, Stratford Ecological Center Barbara Acton, The Childhood League Jean Harlan, author Marty Richards? (can’t find […]
October 20, 2008

New discussion course at Stratford about kids and consumer culture

>The Stratford Ecological Center welcomes you to join the Healthy >Children/Healthy Planet discussion course now forming at Stratford. Join >in this 8-part discussion class to explore […]
October 18, 2008

Must-read article – new study backs up LNCI principles

October 17, 2008, 12:09 pm A ‘Dose of Nature’ for Attention Problems blog link Parents of children with attention deficit problems are always looking for new […]