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Finding Comfort in the Rhythms of Nature

What We Can Learn from Spending Time Outdoors

By Skylar Primm, 7–12 Environmental Educator

As I write, in April 2020, the whole world is living through uncertain, disheartening times. The COVID-19 pandemic has schools shut down indefinitely in my home state of Wisconsin, and through the end of the school year in many others. Many…




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