Welcome to Children & Nature Saratoga
Children and Nature Saratoga: Come Out and Play! is a collaborative project that has been established by The Saratoga Institute to reconnect children and their families to nature. We are dedicated to promoting fun, engaging activities that will encourage the overall health and well being of children in our community.
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Latest Articles & News
David Sobel is speaking at Skidmore College on Place-Based Education on Tuesday, April 23rd from 7-8pm in Davis Auditorium. Free and open to the public.
ALL CHILDREN NEED NATURE: Inspiration from the 2012 C&NN Grassroots Gathering
A special thanks to the 140 grassroots leaders, national advocates, Natural Leaders, and others who came together during the…continue reading
April showers…bring lots of April mud. Here’s an interesting article from last year about the benefits of playing in the mud. Link to articlecontinue reading
The Complete Streets policy is a culminating document developed by the citizen action group Shared Access with a focus on improving pedestrian and bicycle transportation infrastructure in the City of…continue reading
Come Out and Play: Time to experience spring in Saratoga
By ALLI SCHWEIZER For the Saratogian
No, I didn’t forget the “s.” After months of cold, brown…continue reading
The Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs and Children and Nature Saratoga have teamed up to present a film and panel discussion around the film “Mother Nature’s Child: Growing Outdoors in…continue reading
By MARGO OLSON AND J EVA NAGEL
This is the first in a series of columns from the Children and Nature Saratoga Steering Committee, an all–volunteer organization dedicated to the…continue reading
Follow the facebook link below and find out what’s happening in our area:continue reading
Book of the Month
by Tom Wessels
Activity of the Month
From garden to kitchen!