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|Definition Nature Education:|
Offering strategies to improve identification,
increasing understanding, public awareness,
increasing the knowledge
to see the big environmental picture,
to improve and to conserve life on Earth.
".. to see what everyone else has seen,
what no one else has thought.."
Nobel Prize Winner
Albert Szent-Gyorgyi 1893 - 1986
What are greenhouse gases?
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Why Conservation Education?
Marianne Bonenberger & Peter Bonenberger
founders + volunteers of
Bear Springs Blossom
Nature Conservation 501(c)(3)
giving a lecture
Education is the|
for old age!
Laws of Nature
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Peter & Marianne
Earth facts and numbers
Nature Education = Stay young because you refresh your knowledge|
Nature Education = explore new things and live to be 100
Know the best way to survive
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Stock markets - can go down - a financial crisis can take your job away
Money - can get lost - health problems can take your money away
Houses - can loose value - a storm can take your house away
No matter what: Nobody can take your knowledge away
nobody can take your education away!
It is your turn to update your Nature education!!
BSB offers education for 11 years
Read why Earth needs more Green again!
All life on Earth depends on water! What makes water wet?
Do you know that Photosynthesis is the most important reaction on Earth?
Without photosynthesis you would not even think about updating your knowledge on air!
Facts about air online
Geography education Earth maps
Why Nature education with Peter & Marianne Bonenberger?|
1) Education on a very personal level fitting your needs
2) To upgrade your life, to secure your future!
3) Informed people make better decisions!
4) Learning with your own pace
A) Realize that Nature is fascinating!
B) Nature is exciting, powerful!
D) Humans are part of Nature and need Nature to survive!
Nature Education part one:||
Earth's solar system
and its functions
Nature Education part two:||
and why knowledge about geology is so important
to understand Nature, to understand erosion
and endangered species.
Nature Education part three:||
Oceans on Earth are most important
We need to understand how oceans and seas influence our weather, our food, our air, our drinking water, the air we breath.
Environmental science is essential.
A famous Nobel price winner once said:
Life is water dancing to the tune of macro molecules.
Sign in to learn more about Water and its crystalline structure
Nature education part four:||
Atmosphere of Earth
The Air contains many gases. Learn why all these gases are important to us..
Nature Education part five:|
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? The NEW Normal?
what does it mean, how does it affect us?
Dioxins are highly toxic, cause cancer
Water contamination, Humans need healthy drinking water!
Riparian areas to sustain healthy drinking water!
Why do we see a rainbow?
Why does a glass prism divides light in the same way as water?
Why do clouds form?
Why can a penny float on a water surface? Sign in and learn more about Nature!
Nature education part six:||
Recycling reduces the need for depleting natural resources,|
so the next generation will have some left.
"I recognize the right and duty of this generation to develop and use our natural resources, but I do not recognize the right to waste them, or rob by wasteful use, the generations that come after us."
President Theodore Roosevelt
Nature education part seven:||Stronger floods are directly linked to
climate change and global warming.
Water is a very special juice
There is a need for Water quality testing
Rainwater collection - a part of Nature Conservation
Water with E.coli can kill humans
Nature education part eight:||
Earth's rain-forests produce oxygen and store CO2
We need rain forests to balance our climate and to breath in healthy air.
How does photosynthesis work? Why do trees need water?
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Nature education part nine:||
are caused by Earth rotation, wind and warm water in our oceans.
Learn about violent weather, typhoons, depressions..
Our NASA web-page gives many answers!
Look deep, deep into Nature
and you will
understand everything better!
We cannot help you to become a
new Einstein but we can give you
a better understanding of how
sustainable life can be achieved!
How many native Americans were sitting at once beautiful rivers?
Clean Water was very important to them.
Wildlife gathered on the river banks.
A good Nature education / knowledge how Nature works
was essential for them to feed their families,
to live in harmony with Nature!
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Biology - - Water facts - Can you see?
Water mysteries - - Riparian areas - - Ocean salinity - Water testing - Water info pH - - Drought, pollution drives people out
Water E.coli bacteria - Water + trees - - Rainwater Harvesting - - - Water filter guide - - Water needs Energy & Energy needs Water - Water Pollution
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BSB Nature education courses explain in simple words!
Marianne Bonenberger is BSB director of education and holds a degree in pedagogy.
Peter Bonenberger is a Master Conservationist.
Both got the Lone Star Land Steward Award for education and outreach!
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Today, science found out so much more!
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Learn to understand Nature!
Education trails at BSB Nature Preserve
While walking on guided tours at BSB Nature trails
very often a butterfly is accompanying us..
Learn how to live in Harmony with Nature!
Peter & Marianne Bonenberger are volunteers of
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation Group
an international charitable nonprofit-Organization 501(c)(3)
Our goal is to protect Nature for the next generation!
With a good Nature education you can help us to achieve this goal
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Journey - Nature is beautiful
|Update Dec. 2013|
How life works
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education helps You
to understand and
to deal with coming changes and challenges!
Nature is Art
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Peter and Marianne Bonenberger are members and volunteers of BSB
international charitable nonprofit organization 501(c)(3)
and offer you a very personal education experience.
They are the winners of the Lone Star
Land Steward Award
in the category + outreach + education
Peter & Marianne encourage
everyone to ask:
How will my children + I be affected by changing weather?
What should we know to live in harmony with Nature?
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What can I do to help preserve + protect Nature?
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