Join geologist and writer Ruby McConnell for tips, tools, and practices for engaging with nature for all ages.
As we navigate stay-at-home orders, public health rules, and curtailed outdoor recreation opportunities, there's a lot we can do to connect with nature and prepare for wilderness experiences - from building outdoor skills to learning more about earth science and plants. More than that, we can grow our appreciation for the natural world and become better environmental citizens by learning how to connect with nature more fully using observation, journaling and field notes, and citizen science. Join geologist and writer Ruby McConnell for tips, tools, and practices for engaging with nature for all ages.
Oregon Wild's Chandra LeGue also gives an update on public lands and recreation closures, and discuss best practices and recommendations for getting outdoors this summer while the COVID-19 pandemic is still on everyone's minds.