Nature | Omega
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Due to our innate connection with nature, mindful birdwatching is undoubtedly a tonic and a source of peace for our modern hearts and minds. For our ancestors, however, having an in-depth awareness and understanding of birds and nature was...

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Birds of every stripe, ordinary and regal—robins, crows, hawks, and eagles—all bustle about readying their nests. Blanketed in springtime buds, the mountains appear to be clothed in mauve velvet against the sapphire sky. The valley’s rosy haze...

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Empower yourself, find your true solutions, and transform the challenges of stress and anxiety into opportunities.

Monique Fay, creator of the Apprentice Cards, and Denise Hatch, certified Anusara yoga teacher, invite you to reconnect...

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“I have made it my mission to help people understand the importance of the environment and how it affects their lives. It’s about reconnecting with the Earth.”
—Les Stroud

Can knowing how to build a fire or...

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The woods surrounding Omega are filled with enchanted groves where the “Little Forest People” live. The Little Forest People Rangers are looking for campers to help create woodland structures for the Little Forest People, drum, sing, spot...

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Omega: Is there one big question that drives your life and work?

Mark: How can I leave the earth better than I found it? More specifically, in these times, how can I set in motion a regenerative system of...

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Waste is easy to generate in American society, but it takes up space, contributes to harmful pollution, destroys ecosystems, and creates greenhouse gas emissions. What can we do to minimize our waste? Here are 9 simple tips.

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Omega: What is forest farming? What makes it a unique way to connect people to the natural world?


Steve: Forest farming is where we maintain a healthy woodland ecosystem while...