Out of twelve incredible pieces of environmental statement art, three were selected by a panel of adjudicators and audience voters: the "Grassland Series" of art, photography and film by Colin Starkevich (age 21), "I Wonder" original song composition by Rachel Layne (age 18) and Ocean Interpretive Dance led by Mya Kough (age 16).
From oceans to grasslands and film to fashion, it was a spectacular collision of nature and art at this year’s Unconference. Twelve passionate young artists took the stage to share powerful messages of sustainability and environmental conservation, and through their creative voices, captured the minds and hearts of the audience
Young artists from across the continent will gather in Kelowna, BC this October to share their creative talents and make a powerful statement about the environment.
There's just over a month left in the 2014 Get to Know Contest, but we still have one more early bird prize to give away.
Looking for an innovative way to get kids excited about exploring the great outdoors? Join us for a live, web-based seminar and find out how the 'Get to Know' program gives you the tools to creatively connect youth with nature in their national parks and forests.
It’s that time of year: kids are heading back to school and the Get to Know Contest is kicking into high gear. From biology class to fine arts and creative writing, there will be plenty of new opportunities this fall to be creative and learn about your wild neighbors.
Looking for an innovative way to get kids excited about exploring the great outdoors? Join us for a live, web-based seminar and find out how the 'Get to Know' program gives you the tools to creatively connect youth with nature in their community, parks and forests.
Are you an aspiring musician looking for a stage to share your creative work? You might want to take a cue from this talented singer-songwriter from Kelowna, British Columbia who is finding new ways of sounding her lyrics through the Get to Know program.
There are nearly 700 entries in this year’s Get to Know Contest – and each one represents a unique encounter with the natural world. We think that’s something to celebrate.
We're very excited to be working with our friends at the National Park Service this year to launch a special contest gallery dedicated entirely to spectacular park sites all across America. Listen to this great radio interview with the Associate Director of Interpretation and Education with the National Park Service, Julia Washburn. (Interview starts 6 minutes and 20 seconds in).