Video is just one of the tools that Happy Dancing Turtle uses to help teach about sustainability and resilient living. We're always adding something, so be sure to check often.
Nature Storytime #38 - Not a Buzz to Be Found: Insects in Winter
Serenity Now Yarn & Alpaca Shop
Nature Storytime #37 - Wild Tracks: A Guide to Nature's Footprints by Jim Arnosky
Storytime #36 North Woods Girl
Nature Storytime #35 - Owl Moon by Jane Yolen
Nature Storytime #34 - The Longest Night by Marion Bauer
Nature Storytime #33 - It's Winter! by Linda Glaser
Nature Storytime #32 - Been There, Done That: Reading Animal Signs by Jen Funk Weber
Nature Storytime #31 - What Do Roots Do? by Kathleen Kudlinski
When is dinner more than just dinner? When stories are told. Connections made. That's the premise of a new documentary, which focuses on the stories of immigrants and other minorities living in the small towns and rural areas of central Minnesota.
"Who's At your Table?" brings together people of widely varying experiences to share a family-style meal and tell their stories - Where they came from, how their cultures shaped them, and how they find life and acceptance in Minnesota.