This week’s blog post focuses on the topic of recycling and its two lesser known counterparts: reduce and reuse. The post is written by Monthly Blog Correspondent, Zara M, a Drummers alumni. She digs into landfill and recycling statistics, while cycling through her thoughts to offer up some suggestions to all of us.
This week’s post is a call to awareness about America’s landfills – and about one of our student’s passion for decreasing our contributions to these quickly-filling disposal areas. Calvin, a Drummers and Ursids alumni, shares his ideas and highlights some compelling reasons why we should all get on the recycling bandwagon!
Rebecca attended our Ursids field school, and is a Monthly Blog Correspondent. In reminiscing about field school, she remembered a previous encounter with the subject of Ursids, and recounts the adventure here!
Julia is a Bucktails alumni, and writes this guest post about how we can all enjoy shinrin-yoku in our lives. Describing the restorative properties of the practices, she makes a strong argument for making the time to get back to nature!
Hannah has been with the Wildlife Leadership Academy for two years, as a student and Assistant Team Leader. She is one of our Monthly Correspondents, and wrote this piece for the blog about training her bird dog, Bella. It’s taken a lot of patience and dedication, and Bella is coming along quite nicely with her training!