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Youth Waterfowl Hunt

The Land Learning Foundation will host its 5th Youth Waterfowl Hunt on October 26th at 5:50 am. Boys and girls from 8-15 years old may participate, and each participant will have a same-gender mentor assigned to them in the blind. Meet at the Lion’s Club in Mendon, Missouri. Bre
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The Natural World as a Resource for Learning and Development

A great read! This article describes the benefits of being outdoors for children, which LLF supports wholeheartedly! The Natural World as a Resource for Learning and Development: From Schoolyards to Wilderness 6.2.6
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Summer 2019 Newsletter

Check out the summer newsletter here! If you would like to receive the newsletter as soon as it comes out, please subscribe on the front page.
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Conservation Status of the Illinois State-Threatened Illinois Chorus Frog

Many species of amphibians are in decline across the world, and the Illinois Chorus Frog (Pseudacris illinoensis) is one of them. Illinois Chorus Frogs have faced rapid decline due to habitat loss and road mortality. These frogs overwinter in rare sand prairies and emerge for a few we
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Land Learning Foundation Spring 2019 Newsletter

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Land Learning Foundation Winter 2019 Newsletter

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Land Learning Foundation Fall 2018 Newsletter

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Stream Workshop hosted by the Society of Wetland Scientists

Scott Martin, Executive Director of The Land Learning Foundation, and Matt Roth of On-Site Soils attended the Stream Workshop hosted by the Society of Wetland Scientists. The workshop was held at Baker Wetlands Discovery Center in Lawrence, KS. Dave Derrick, Potomologist and retired R
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Land Learning Foundation Spring 2018 Newsletter

Check out our Spring Edition Newsletter
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