The days are getting shorter and fall is on its way, but before summer ends and the school year begins, it’s the perfect time to get outside and enjoy nature.
Spending time outdoors is a great way to disconnect from smart phones, computers and TV and reconnect with the wild places that you love. It’s also a great way to take a break from the everyday hustle and bustle, have fun with your family and renew your spirit. Here are some ideas for outdoor activities:
Being in nature provides opportunities for learning and gaining a greater respect for the wildlife and wildlands around us, and why we need to protect what’s left.
Spending time with friends and family? Attending a party or BBQ? Check out our amazing Extinction-free BBQ recipes!
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