Jan 1, 2021
When it comes to drawing children and teenagers into nature, Mary Ann Beauchemin of Russ Pitman Park is an expert. After earning a Master’s degree in outdoors education in Oregon, she taught generations of young Houstonians how to turn over logs, use bug boxes and marvel at critters. And in the process she bolstered their other skills, from poetry and sketching to the scientific method.
Here she explains why it is so important to introduce children to the outdoors at an early age and describes her best strategies for doing so.
Find episode transcript and resources at https://houstonnature.com/9