In celebration, check out some of the memories, learnings and artwork we shared over the past year.
We loved spending time outdoors with you!
This past year alone, we held 274 in-person and online workshops for over 5,500 learners in 13 different school districts. We are so grateful to have connected with so many of you. Scroll through the gallery to explore some fun memories!
This year we revamped our Climate and Place program which gives students the opportunity to learn about an array of issues relating to the world outside their doorsteps. One workshop in this program includes using art to encourage student’s creativity as well as aid in processing the weight of the climate crisis. In this gallery, we invite you to explore student’s climate change art. For this “Dear Climate Change” activity, the co-learners wrote a letter to climate change on one side of the paper and drew an image to go along with their letter on the other side. The goal is to allow co-learners to express how they feel about climate change and share their emotions around it.
This year, we hosted five more sessions of our popular “Learn To Draw” series.
Hosted by scientific illustrator Julius Csotonyi, in this series we learn how to draw different west coast beings! Thousands of students, teachers and learners of all ages joined us for this creative time. Scroll through the gallery to see some stunning artwork featuring Mother Trees, caribou, orcas and more! If you’d like to have your drawing featured, send your artwork to firstname.lastname@example.org
In this session, we'll be learning to draw marbled murrelets—an endangered seabird who depends on old-growth forests to thrive—with scientific illustrator Dr. Julius Csotonyi! Grab a pencil and join the fun!