This is what people are saying about Rent
a Rambling Naturalist sm programs.
Thanks for the educational and entertaining walk at the KNC today.
I figure that next to reading John Muir, going on walks with you is as
close as I'll ever get to what it must have been like to keep company
with Muir. Best,
~ Keith Kroll
Dear Kathy and Wil,
On behalf of the Clinton County Arts Council (CCAC), I want to
thank you both very, very much for providing such a special and unique
speaker as Yas Ennya Oyaka for our August 13 Fun Family Friday. Yas,
it was fascinating to see and listen to you as you showed your real
animal skins, horns, antlers, hoof, etc. And fun to hear your
explanation of why you wear a fake animal skin. It was especially good
how you involved the audience – especially the kids... [read
~ Jenny McCampbell, Treasurer, Clinton County Arts Council
Just want to let you know that, despite
icy winds and snow, your outdoor education workshop at the NAI
Regional Conference was really a delight and, for me, the highlight of
the conference. I am not alone in wishing I could have more
opportunity to follow you around and learn more about your philosophy
and how you teach outdoors. You are an excellent resource person for
any of us, both practicing and aspiring naturalists! I live in
Elkhart, IN, maybe an hour away from Kalamazoo. It even occurred to
me to ask you what college courses you will be teaching and where I
might just consider registering!
~ Judy Gibson
Wil & Sarah,
My trip to the Nordhouse Dunes, Sept
8-10 was quite a memorable trip. I feel I learned a ton even though I
wasn't in school and I feel I gained a lot, too! I also commend Will
and Sarah for a great job planning this trip; it wouldn't have been as
fun without the two of them.
~ A student
from Western Michigan University's Environmental Studies Program
Thank you for contributing to the
success of Allegan County's 7th Annual EcoExpo. With out your
assistance, out task would have been impossible. We hope you will
consider being involved in the nest Eco Expo!
~ Amy Oliver, Supervisor, Kalamazoo
Math & Science Center
Wil & Sarah!
This is just a note to say thank you
very much for making this National Wildlife summit hard to forget! I
really enjoyed your programs. Aresfoot and the Marsh Mallow Man were
fabulous! I roared in laughter! I also enjoyed the wildflower class,
even though we were hit by a bit of rain.