As Richard Louv said, in Last Child in the Woods, “Many children are experiencing nature deficit disorder.” We are addressing this with youth outdoor education opportunities.
WBWF provides outdoor education experiences that range from camping and land projects to hunting, fishing, and much more in an effort to expose everyone to the endless opportunities to enjoy Mother Nature. Our hope is in some small way we reach some people so that they will grow to care about the environment and pass on these values to others.
The slideshow below contains photos from visits to Southwest Virginia schools in Smyth County, Washington County, Buchanan, Tazewell County, City of Bristol, Lee and Russell. More photos will be added in the coming weeks as our educator travels around the region.
Principals in Tidewater and Northern Virginia! Contact us to arrange a time to visit your school beginning in 2020. Contact us at 434-476-7038.