Saving the Planet Through Education and Action

Creating Eco-Solutions to Protect Our Environment

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Your Eco-Education Hub

At The Everyday Ecologist, we believe in the power of knowledge to bring about change. As a non-profit site, our mission is to educate and inspire individuals to become Environmentalists who make a positive impact on our planet.

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Our Work

Our eco-work spans across various aspects of Environmental Education. We curate informative and engaging content that provides insights into the most pressing ecological issues of our time. From climate change to biodiversity loss, our goal is to help you understand these complex topics in an accessible way.

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Eco Events

One of our key features is our eco-events. These events provide a platform for like-minded individuals to connect, share ideas, and learn from experts in the field. These gatherings are not just informative, but also fun, fostering a sense of community among attendees.

How You Can Help

We believe everyone has a role to play in preserving our planet. Here are a few ways you can make a difference:

Contact Us

Are you interested in making a difference, but not sure where to start? We are here to help. Contact us for a consultation. We can offer guidance on how to live more sustainably and how to get involved in environmental advocacy. Remember, every small step counts towards a bigger change. We can be environmentalists everyday.

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Summer is Soon

What fun things do you have on your idea list for the summer? We enjoy lots of different activities during the summer, such as, canoeing/kayaking, hiking forested trails, swimming, walking in the woods, identifying trees, playing with our dogs, nature journaling, collecting shells and rocks at the beach, volunteering, biking, cloud-watching, stargazing, and much more.…

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Arbor Day!

“I feel a great regard for trees; they represent age and beauty and the miracles of life and growth.” ― Louise Dickinson Rich (1903-1991) Celebrate Arbor Day this year! National Arbor Day is always celebrated on the 4th Friday of April. This year it falls on Friday, April 26, 2024. Arbor Day was started in…

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Solar Eclipse

Explore Safely. Today, Monday, April 8, 2024, a solar eclipse will appear across Mexico, the United States, and Canada. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon blocks any part of the sun. A path from Texas to Maine will show the the eclipse in totality (where the moon completely blocks out the sun). NASA, the…

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Birds!

Spring is almost here and it’s time to learn more about birds!

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Happy Leap Year!

Happy Leap Year!

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Friends And Awe In All Seasons

2 books that celebrate friends and the wonder of nature. This lovely picture book, Fix and Stitch written by Barbara Nass and illustrated by Liza Woodruff celebrates the positive energy and helping nature of friends in any season. Watch as the group of friends comes together as autumn turns to winter. This awe-focused picture book…

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Snow!

Snow!

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2024 is Here

Happy New Year! Welcome, 2024!

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Happy Winter Solstice!

This is the best picture book to celebrate the First Day of Winter in the Northern Hemisphere. We love this wonderful picture book, The Shortest Day, by Susan Cooper and illustrated by Carson Ellis. The Winter Solstice starts today in the Northern Hemisphere. Happy reading! For some of our other favorite books, please go here.

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Winter Books

Our favorite winter picture books! It’s winter and a perfect time to cozy up and read some picture books with the kiddos in your life. Here are 4 of our favorite winter-themed picture books: Waiting for Snow by Marsh Diane Arnold and illustrated by Renata Liwska / Tracks in the Snow by Wong Herbert Yee…

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