It means we have to share with nature. We can’t catch all the oysters for us. We can’t catch all the menhaden for us. We have to share–and that sharing doesn’t come easy. It’s not just kids that have trouble … Continued
Tom Horton discusses the difference between anthropocentric and ecocentric views of the world.</>
It’s such a mystery and such a connection and it’s going on right under our noses every fall.
When we are approaching people that see things differently from the way that I see them, I have to be open to them for them to be open to me…
Dr. Mamie Parker talks about how she has overcome challenges and how these lessons can help the environmental literacy movement succeed.