Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature

Once you’ve been inspired by Mother Nature’s Child to learn more about how to reconnect yourself, your children and your community with nature, read Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature by Jon Young (featured in the film), Ellen Haas, and Evan McGown. The book is much more than an innovative how-to manual, it’s a fun read that also clearly explains both the history and benefits of this growing movement to re-invigorate ourselves and our communities through more connection with the natural world. It’s really about waking up to all the facets of being alive, expanding our “edges” of awareness. A wonderful resource, not only for teachers, parents and mentors, but for all of us!

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2 Responses to “Coyote’s Guide to Connecting with Nature”

  1. Mark Morey says:

    I hosted a screening of Mother Nature’s Child in Putney Vermont and recommended it to other nature leaders in Ontario and the UK. It is an excellent portrayal of what’s possible when nature connection is at the core of our culture. Coyote’s Guide is a breakthrough in natural learning.

    mark
    http://www.markmorey.com

  2. Amy Beam says:

    Coyote’s Guide should be in every classroom and household! It is so comprehensive, providing both nature activities and the philosophies behind them. The Beyond The Walls program shown in the Early Childhood section of Mother Nature’s Child was adapted from Coyote’s Guide. I have had only success using Coyote’s Guide and I recommend it wholeheartedly!

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