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Bangor Daily News
Far from simple advisors, Maine Guides preserve, create love of the outdoorstrout, or canoeing the Allagash River. As people spend more time in front of s
Bangor Daily News / Posted 11 hours ago
trout, or canoeing the Allagash River. As people spend more time in front of screens and children grow up with what author Richard Louv calls “nature deficit disorder,” the role of the Registered Maine Guide may be more important than ever. Bonnie... Read more
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Newsmax
'Green Schoolyards' Boost Kids' Healthschoolyards. "We should all be champions for kids and families getting more Vi
Newsmax / Posted yesterday
schoolyards. "We should all be champions for kids and families getting more Vitamin N," he urged, referring to nature. Richard Louv is another advocate for outdoor time in childhood. "Too many children have no access to quality school grounds.... Read more
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News 8000
Nature's calling -- for more human diversityto a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more be
News 8000 / Posted 9 days ago
to a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more beautiful than the one happening now?" asked Richard Louv, author of "The Last Child in the Woods" and the "Nature Principle." Exploring natural places enables everyone... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Nature's calling -- for more human diversityto a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more be
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 9 days ago
to a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more beautiful than the one happening now?" asked Richard Louv, author of "The Last Child in the Woods" and the "Nature Principle." Exploring natural places enables everyone... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Nature's calling -- for more human diversityto a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more be
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 9 days ago
to a culture when it can no longer envision a future that is better and more beautiful than the one happening now?" asked Richard Louv, author of "The Last Child in the Woods" and the "Nature Principle." Exploring natural places enables everyone... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
FACTS FOR FAMILIES: Connecting with nature is good for your healthof 10 hours and 39 minutes a day staring at a screen, and the average child spe
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 30 days ago
of 10 hours and 39 minutes a day staring at a screen, and the average child spends seven hours/day on electronic media. Richard Louv, the author of Last Child in the Woods, shares that the more high-tech we are as a society, the more nature we... Read more

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