Thanks so much to everyone who has subscribed to our YouTube.com/WolfCampCollege channel, getting us over the 1,000 subscription mark which, according to youtube rules, enables us to live stream from our phones in the field – our goal before launching complimentary daily Wolf Journey Earth Conservation Course study experiences for those at home during the physical distancing era.
During today’s 6 PM broadcast, we are going to share the only remaining physical copy of the original Wolf Journey book series, tell the origins of stories which were included, ask for feedback via https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/S63YG2V on the best way to launch Wolf Journey, and end with a special song of thanks.
It’s part of our “You Healthy? Go Outside!” Evening Broadcasts – Family Friendly Music & Earth Skills Activities with Kim & Chris Chisholm, Wolf Camp and the Conservation College at Blue Skye Farm.
Please consider a contribution if you benefited from this video, and help us keep Wolf Camp and the Conservation College at Blue Skye Farm going during this time when we can’t run spring workshops. We’re hoping to keep administrative staff employed in advance of the summer camp season. Thanks!
Other ideas if you still have an income or extra money are to see if or when your fire station, hospital or other essential facility would appreciate delivery of a take-out order for one of their meals – it’s a great way to support small businesses too. Don’t forget essential non-profits which also need to keep people employed, and your favorite performing artists and venues which have little chance for income at this time. You might even want to get volunteer training to work alongside them.
We believe that going outside is the healthiest way to maintain happiness while social distancing, where virus concentrations dissipate in the fresh air and can even get killed by extended exposure to ultraviolet (UV) rays. It’s where the sun helps us produce Vitamin D, keeping us happy and well. Gardening, in particular, is a great way to stay healthy, and if things get sparse, one of the best ways to increase food security.