Derrick Alger

The Outdoors

Tag: education

Sharing Space, Realistically

The world is filled with millions of different creatures, many of them carnivorous. Humans, of course, occupy a large amount of space on Earth. However, we are not the only carnivores in existence. Conservation of wildlife is a chief concern in the world and, in order to conserve the lives of other carnivorous species, humans […]

Technology and Nature

For every national park, there is a team of rangers constantly working to protect animals, nature, and human visitors. For every natural phenomenon and species of vegetation, there is a nature researcher looking to learn more. The thing these two groups have in common is, of course, nature. However, they also share the fact that […]

The Great and Educational Outdoors

Few can deny the power of fresh air and nature. An escape for many and a place of peace, but how many have ever thought it could make for a classroom? Kindergartners at Antioch School are receiving the most natural education possible, and both the parents and students are on board. Trading paper and pencil […]

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