Connecting kids to the outdoors, everyday!
Questions about Learning Landscapes? Send an email to Leah Trommer, Learning Landscapes & Community Engagement Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
To connect each child in our communities with a natural place near their school and the opportunity to learn outdoors.
“Regular time outdoors helps children thrive. Over the past few generations, childhood has moved indoors. On average, today’s kids spend up to 44 hours per week in front of a screen, and less than 10 minutes a day playing outdoors. And for too many kids, regular and safe access to nature is determined by race, income, identity, ability and postal code.”
– Children & Nature Network
CONSERVE LAND NEAR SCHOOLS
Secure land or access to nature within walking distance of local schools
ENHANCE OUTDOOR SPACES
Support improvements, including trails and outdoor learning spaces
Mentor educators in outdoor learning and connect them with a network of local organizations and resources