Young Environmentalists Unite!
The earth needs you now more than ever, and the North Carolina Outer Banks are no exception.
National Geographic has identified the Outer Banks as a location that will be particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change in the coming years.
We believe it is our moral obligation to conserve resources
Pop in your earbuds…
And escape into these stories.
For as long as we’ve been camping, kayaking, rafting, climbing, and exploring this earth, we’ve been telling stories. These stories allow us to transcend cultural barriers and define what it means to be human. Some offer wisdom while others offer inspiration. Some instill us with empathy while others
The reports are in, and they are far from glamorous.
At the current rate of extinction, a child born today will see half a million species disappear from our planet by the time they turn 18 years old. Recent trajectories indicate that iconic species like tigers, elephants, orangutans, bees, and
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness” — Mark Twain
In the face of a globalizing world, many of us fear that our communities will become less safe, less prosperous and less morally sound. We teach our children to be kind and open-hearted. However, we are challenged with a society that often does not