Natural Leader’s Legacy Camp

Arinn here, reporting in on the Natural Leader’s Legacy Camp!


I was lucky enough to be selected to attend the Children and Nature Network’s Legacy Camp!  This provided me with the tools and connections to become a Natural Leader.  I spent four days at Islandwood, an outdoor educational center on Bainbridge Island, Washington.  Over the course of the camp, I learned about my leadership style, community organizing, and effective communication.  In addition to all of that, I made some amazing friends and was fortunate enough to meet with many wonderful people- including Richard Louv himself!

It didn’t hurt that it took place in one of the most beautiful places I had ever seen.  I saw cedars larger than anything I could imagine!  Black tailed deer, SEA OTTERS, and garter snakes were just a few examples of wildlife I bumped into.  Everything there was so green, it didn’t matter if it was living or dead.  Moss, lichens, and ferns covered nearly everything in sight.

Natural Leaders work to empower a worldwide youth movement to strengthen the bond between people and nature.  And being a new Natural Leader, I can’t wait to do just that with E-Corps Expeditions!


Looking for more pictures?  Check out the Natural Leaders Facebook!

About E-Corps Expeditions Inc.

E-Corps charitable mission is to provide our participants renewal, replenishment, and restoration in nature, by strengthening their C.O.R.E which is Community, Outdoor Appreciation, Recreation, and (Nature) Environmental Education. E-Corps is a 501 (c)(3) all volunteer organization. Donations are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Help us achieve our mission and goals with your tax-deductible donation here.

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