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The Art of Sustainability

4/9/2014 // By Guest Author

I imagine that I sat at a desk for most of my grade school education though I can’t say I recall much of those lessons.  I can however recall the times that we went outside or got to create something […] Read more >

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Art Inspired By Nature: Beautiful Vectorfunk Wildlife

10/2/2013 // By Danielle Brigida

Art and design can communicate the beauty of nature and wildlife in such vibrant ways. The following series is created by the talented and prolific artist Matt W. Moore who produces detailed and typically abstract artwork that decorate streets, magazines, canvases and […] Read more >

Photo credit: Erinn J. Hale

Get To Know Your Wild Neighbors

3/22/2012 // By Cathy Curley

The world is full of the promise of adventure, exploration and discovery. From high mountain peaks to lush forests and broad open oceans, people are always looking and finding new ways to connect to nature in exciting adventurous ways. For […] Read more >

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NWF@AMS: Artists Help Scientists Tell Climate Story

1/27/2011 // By Miles Grant

The American Meteorological Society’s 91st Annual Meeting wraps up today at the Washington Convention Center. During the conference, the convention halls are featuring art that highlights weather and climate issues. Some of the art was commissioned specifically for the AMS […] Read more >

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Get To Know Contest: Enter Your Child’s Nature-Inspired Artwork

10/18/2010 // By Anne Cissel

Enter your kids’ nature-inspired drawings, video, photos, or writing in the Get To Know Contest by November 30. Read more >

First place winner: No Pollution Please by Christos Lamprianidis

CoolClimate Announces Winners for Climate Change Art Competition

10/8/2010 // By Megan Blevins

Drawing has never been my forte (unless sketching up stick figures counts) but more than 1,000 artists worldwide, who do know how to “paint” a picture, submitted their work through CoolClimate Art’s partner, deviantART.com. The competition, the first online, art […] Read more >

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Make Winter Art With Your Kids

2/1/2010 // By Mary Quattlebaum

Winter has always seemed like an especially creative time.  Tromping outdoors, I can feel the earth’s quieter energy.  The sky is a nuanced gray, the trees a tangle of black branches, the sparrows brown and fluffed against the cold.  It might be […] Read more >

Outdoor Kids: A Family Garden

9/24/2009 // By Rebecca P. Cohen

To me, a family garden is an outdoor landscape (if even a balcony, windowsill or community park or school garden) that has something for everyone in your family, and a space you take care of together throughout the year: planting, […] Read more >