New Projects and Publications
Community Works Institute Online Journal feature story – Emerging Opportunities in Nature Education
New Book Releases:
- Inspired by John Muir, A Guide to Studying Nature, Capturing our Stories and Advocating for Wild Places
- What Song does the Rain Sing? A Creative Writing Journal for kids. Visit Nature Detectives website to learn more.
Mornings of Fair Oaks Bridge podcasts
New series of 15 podcasts featuring selections from the beginning to the final entry in the book.
El Malpais NCA Ranger Station Interpretive Panels
Write a series of panels describing natural and cultural history of this monument to the Native American people of New Mexico.
Executive Summary, Land Trust of Santa Barbara Strategic Plan
Highlights and photos of the new 2020-2025 Strategic plan
Guest blogger, “Beauty for All” website.
Published in August 2019, this blog highlights the scenic beauty and history of the Lower American River flowing through the suburban areas of Sacramento.
Nature Detectives Leader Guide
New Leader Guide presents a complete list of activities and supplies arranged in seasonal themes with tips on how to work with young children when introducing them to outdoor experiences at school, in their neighborhood or nature-based site.
Mornings on Fair Oaks Bridge; Watching Wildlife at the Lower American River
Blogs assembled into new book featuring 75 blog posts, more than 100 full color photographs, history of Fair Oaks, Fair Oaks Bluffs, Fair Oaks Bridge and American River Parkway as background for this iconic crossing of the American River. Visit Facebook page for dates of readings and other activities.
North Country National Scenic Trail: From East to West, the Peoples and the Stories.
Narrative text for primary website ~ Write nine brief narratives to describe each region. The trail crosses seven states and 4,600 miles. Summarize history of diverse population settlements, birth and development of major industries, recreation opportunities, and key individuals who made significant contributions to the region. Collaboration with prime contractor who developed the Interpretive Master Plan for National Park Service.