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 […]
October 15, 2008

Leave No Child Inside Summit ’08 Notes: Social Networks for Nature

Finding Places to Play with Web 2.0 Group members: Jody Dzuranin Steve McCaw Michael Costlow Leslie Strader Amanda McEldowney Preethi Mony Sue Wintering Essences/Main ideas: Use […]
October 9, 2008

Leave No Child Inside Summit 08 Notes: Student’s Perspective

Students Want Access Group members: Itzia Lesnick, New Albany High School Katie Sosinski, New Albany High School Jay Griffith, New Albany High School Nettie Ferguson, ADAMH […]
April 9, 2008

The State of Ohio needs our help!

As some of you may know, The Ohio Department of Natural Resources is helping to advance the Leave No Child Inside cause by putting on a […]
February 21, 2008

NPR piece on unstructured play:

Thanks to new member Kely Mertz for pointing out this piece on Morning Edition. Click here to listen Morning Edition, February 21, 2008 · On October […]
December 5, 2007

Columbus Parent article about LNCI

Click here Thanks to Betsy Loeb for using her column space in Columbus Parent to advocate for the Leave No Child Inside movement! Here’s the text […]
November 8, 2007

Summit Notes: How can we all collectively market what we are already doing?

Convener: Heather Starck Participants: Andrea Hedge, Christine Godward, Marc Behrendt, John O’Meara, Kelli Drummer, Val Mitrione, Alice Hohl, and about 20 other people! Summary: Create a […]
October 16, 2007

Summit Notes: Parents and Parenting

Convener: April Hoy Educating parents – use doctors and professionals Taking education to everyday lives, for example educational pieces in the grocery store relating the food […]