Think about your experiences living with nature. Try the following activity.

Reflect on how you've interacted with nature in your life. From the hobbies you enjoy to the food you eat, your life reflects your understanding and interests in the natural world. Whether you're a child, a teenager, or an adult, you've had lots of experiences. Create a visual map showing the lessons you've learned about nature or the experiences that have shaped your ideas about nature.

Learn more about the website author's nature roots. Click on Annette's Nature Roots.

Explore ideas about what you might include on your nature roots project. Consider some of the following questions:

  • How does nature speak to you?
  • How has your heritage including your friends and family influenced how you feel about nature?
  • How do people fit into the natural world? What are our obligations and responsibilities?

For more ideas, click on Nature Roots Ideas.

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Developed by Annette Lamb and Larry Johnson, 6/02.