So what is this 1% For the Planet we speak of, well in their own words, “Not long ago, a mountain climber and a fisherman realized they had a lot more in common than a disdain for wearing a … Read more
Looking for some quick tips to eco up your home. Check out these simple and effective ideas.
Tip #1 –Wash it old school. Plain old hot water and white vinegar – the ultimate green living product. If you need something … Read more
BUBBLE BLOWING CONTEST
Nothing to do on a fall afternoon, organize a bubble blowing contest! Mix up some bubble solution, assemble some tools for blowing, and you’re set. These contest ideas come from the book Science Wizardry for Kids by … Read more
DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND SEASONALITY
The yellow-bellied marmot is common and widespread in, or near, rocky areas in the Sierra Nevada, Cascades and White Mts. Optimum habitats are alpine dwarf-shrub, perennial grassland, wet meadow, subalpine conifer, and open stands of … Read more
Dip netting in freshwater ponds, dissecting native plants, examining animal bones and owl pellets, and engaging all five senses during nature walks are only some of the activities that students experience during a typical field trip with WHF. Our Outdoor … Read more