Below are a few ways in which you can adventure, explore, educate, and r⋅e⋅l⋅a⋅x without booking a trip, summiting the highest peaks, or sending the kids (or yourself) away.
GO ON A LETTERBOXING ADVENTURE
(…and win a prize!) Download our Nature Preserve Passport or order some to your doorstep. Then set off for an educational treasure hunt. Complete 5 preserves and claim a t shirt prize by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
ADD THESE BOOKS TO YOUR SUMMER READING LIST
As part of our commitment to create a more inclusive conservation community, we’re inviting you to join us on this learning journey, beginning with a few recommended books:
The Colors of Nature – Lauret Savoy
Braiding Sweetgrass – Robin Wall Kimmerer
We couldn’t pick just a few children’s book, so here are a handful of possibilities.
START TRAIL RUNNING
We’ve got over 20 miles of trails to explore. Lace up those sneakers!
GO ON A PICNIC
We suggest picking up a post-hike snack from Hamlet and Ghost. or a thirst-quenching Legacy Juice Works drink. Or, head to your favorite preserve and set up a little picnic, like on the dock at Round Lake Preserve.