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Best Nature Education for Kids and Families: Austin Families in Nature

Founded on the principles outlined in Richard Louv’s book, Last Child in the Woods, Austin Families in Nature is a club dedicated to, well, getting families out into nature in an effort to build community, promote creativity and curiosity, and reconnect families in the midst of busy lives. Under the direction of Heather and David Kuhlken, a former middle-school science teacher and Eagle Scout (respectively), the group’s outings range in scope from building bat houses and backyard habitats to marine biology trips in Key Largo, Fla.

Austin Families in Nature
512/454-9237, hkuhlken@gmail.com
www.austinfamiliesinnature.com

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