How nature benefits all generations Generations of Australians, from the very young to the “oldies”, are becoming increasingly disconnected from nature, in response to the pace and pressures of life. Here we explore some of the differing benefits awaiting all generations getting back to nature. Rather […]0 Read More
Legendary Scottish-American naturalist and early advocate for preservation of the wilderness, John Muir once said: “When you tug on a string in nature, you find it is connected to everything else”. Here we reflect on some spontaneous Nature Bound tour guest conversations, inspired by the wild. […]0 Read More
Edward Osborne Wilson, highly awarded American Biologist and Naturalist once declared that humans had an innate tendency to seek connection with nature and other life forms (Biophilia), concluding: “nature holds the key to our aesthetic, intellectual, cognitive and even spiritual satisfaction”. In this post we […]0 Read More
The importance of “Nature Connection” in our lives Years of nature deficit studies, shared experiences and conversations with guests on our Nature Bound tours, have highlighted the importance of “nature connection” to us all, today, in our hours of pandemic lock-down and closure. Indeed, nature also […]0 Read More
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