We believe contact with nature and agriculture is a crucial part of sustainability education in early childhood. This helps children develop an appreciation for the Earth, our food systems and community/place they live. To raise future adults who are passionate about living sustainably, protecting the environment and preserving our planet, they must first develop a deep love for it. The only way to enable children to grow comfortable is to open the door and let them out to explore the awe of the natural world. Connecting with nature is easy when given the time, indulge in a nature walk, gardening, plant saplings, feel the fragrance of flowers, go fishing, or merely watch the greens through the windows, every bit helps. It is not only beneficial for their health but also plays a vital role in our overall development.
There are many ways to help you or your kid connect to nature:
We acknowledge the Minang and Koreng people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and live. We pay our respects to the Elders, past, present, and emerging and to the wider Noongar community.