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How to Create a Nature Journaling Habit with Your Kids

This is part two of our nature journaling series. In part one we explore the benefits of fostering a nature […]

Tips for Getting Outside When The Days Get Shorter

The Daylight Hours Are Getting Shorter As the days wind down and head toward the settled nature of winter, as […]

Make the World a Nature Refuge – Teaching Children to Love Nature

Hike it Baby Executive Director Jessica Carrillo Alatorre shares her story of discovering that a local nature refuge offered just […]

Top 7 Features to Consider When Choosing Winter Boots for Kids

It’s that time of year again when we start seeking out winter footwear for our kiddos. While many of us […]

Fall Gear Essentials for Your Next Outdoor Adventure

Fall hiking gets complicated. Going outside in the summer seems easy by comparison. Shorts, a t-shirt, throw on some shoes, […]

Five Spooky Nature Adventures

“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – L.M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables October—it’s […]

Is Your City Involved in the 10 Minute Walk Initiative?

Have you heard about the 10 Minute Walk Initiative?! No? Well, if you think that increasing access to parks and […]

Benefits of Encouraging Risk: Beyond the Early Years

This is part three of a three-part series on risk and risky play. Part one of this series touches on […]

How To Support Appropriate Risk-taking in Public Play Spaces

This is part two of a three-part series on risk-taking and risky play. Part one of this series touches on […]