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Posted by Adam Trautenberg on March 3, 2016

Letterboxing: an introduction

letterbox2 I have the kind of mother who loves to cut little articles out of the newspaper about things to do, places to see and her favorite, places to eat in Washington DC and then give them to me. The most valued one of these little bits of paper she has clipped for me was the

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Like Loading… Posted by Adam Trautenberg on June 3, 2015

Carrying Their Weight

DSC02659 We get busy sometimes, busy planning summer camps, busy planning team building programs, busy training our staff, busy getting our fleet ready for camp… The point is sometimes the things we care about get pushed to the back burner. While our daily goal is to get people outside and to interact with the environment our direct

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Like Loading… Posted by Adam Trautenberg on May 11, 2015

A Day on the Zipline Platforms

zipline In order to get to our Zipline participants have to traverse one of two cables between what we creatively refer to as platforms one and two. Here is what it looks like when 100 adult participants head to platform two from platform one. Music – “Dead Code” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/song/DeadCode

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Like Loading… Posted by Anna Birch on May 6, 2015

The Power of Grit

DSCN0050 I’ve recently joined the ranks of being a mom to not one but TWO teenage daughters. There’s no greater reward and ego-leveler than parenting! There are probably as many parenting models, tips, and sets of advice as there are diet fads. Just when we think one might work, our child or society switches on us and we lose

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Like Loading… Posted by Kyle Halstead on April 21, 2015

Sometimes You Just Got to Get a Little Dirty

My education philosophy perpetually changes the more I learn and experience. One of my core foundations that has remained throughout my entire professional career is that every child should have the opportunity to engage in meaningful play outside. In general, this can only be achieved if you are not afraid to get a little dirty. I once

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