No matter where the day takes us, most of us always know that our bed awaits us that evening. This is a luxury that many families in New Orleans still do not have. Ten years later, destruction and disaster from Hurricane Katrina still sits at the center of New Orleans. When Hurricane Katrina hit in 2005,
Millennials are the generation of young people currently enrolled in high school and college. They’re tech-savvy, quick to learn, and extremely ambitious. They’re the most civic-minded generation according to Pew Research, and they’re often more open-minded than earlier generations.
But, being raised in an educational system built around the concept that “Everyone gets
We recently saw Ben Klasky speak at TEDXRainier on a subject he cleverly calls “Nature Deficit Disorder.” What is Nature Deficit Disorder, you may ask?
Klasky defines Nature Deficit Disorder as the negative side effects that come from not spending enough time outdoors. When kids miss out on fresh air and exploring
(A note our Call of the Wild program received after their stay at the Great Sand Dunes National Park in 2013.)
Since our inception in 1991, we have always stood by one guiding principle:
DO NO HARM
An integral part of our training each year is to make certain our leaders know our RLT environmental ethic before