Tackling Nature Deficit Disorder

On Friday 6 February SLEF hosted an event exploring: Do children and young people connect to nature enough?

As well as wide-ranging discussion, Terri Harrison, founder of Nature Nurture gave a presentation about the transformative effect that connecting with nature has on children and young people, including how to encourage ‘screenagers’ out-of-doors.

Thereafter followed a discussion about ‘Nature Deficit Disorder’ with inspirational and informative video extracts, including from the internationally acclaimed film ‘Project Wild Thing’ and from Richard Louv (author of 'The Nature Principle' & 'Last Child in the Woods'), and a chance to chat with SLEF Members.

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Skye and Lochalsh Environment Forum would like to thank the following organisations for their support:
Scottish Natural Heritage
The European Agriculture fund for Rural Development. Europe investing in rural areas
Leader
RSPB
The Highland Council
The Scottish Government
Skye & Lochalsh Environment Forum, The Old Police Station, Isleornsay, Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland IV43 8QR

Skye and Lochalsh Environment Forum is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SC040820).

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