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"Forest School to You provides a scientifically accurate program coupled with fun age-appropriate activities that help students better understand environmental issues." 

~Office of Experiential Learning and Outreach, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry 

"The kids loved learning about the environment with Rebecca!  She encouraged participation, and maintained a positive atmosphere that nurtured curiosity and wonder!"

~Megan M, parent at elementary school STEM enrichment program  

“Rebecca is extremely dedicated in her efforts to inspire kids to develop a love and passion for our natural world. Area families are loving her programs, and we at the library are so grateful to her for working with us to offer them.”

~ Leah Krause, Fayetteville Free Library Director of Community Engagement and Experience

“Great program in an uncertain time  (and a great addition to traditional education as well!) Knowledgeable and passionate, Rebecca is great with the kids. My 8 year old adores this program. 5 stars for sure!” 

~ Elizabeth K

"My daughter said she loved the class and she can't wait for another! 5 stars."

~ Amy S, Outschool parent review

"My 9 year old daughter really enjoyed this class , it was very interesting and interactive! Thank you so much! 5 stars."

~Dalia S, Outschool parent review

“Without our usual homeschool co-ops this year, I was afraid finding quality (safe!) activities for my kids would be a challenge. So glad that we found Rebecca! She is knowledgeable, communication with parents is clear, and the price is very reasonable for the value we receive each week. Most important, she is kind and patient with my shy and reserved kids. They are always excited to go and have fun with each activity.”

~Emily H

“Rebecca was a tremendous asset to the FORCES [Friends of Recreation, Conservation, and Environmental Stewardship] program as she displayed enthusiasm, professionalism, and a hard work ethic while completing a 135 hour internship in the Bird Conservation Area at Green Lakes State Park and with the endangered Chittenango Ovate Amber Snail at Chittenango Falls State Park. While with FORCES, Rebecca learned more about the Young Naturalist Program that she is currently involved with. Since her first involvement with FORCES in 2018, Rebecca remains connected with the program and continues to volunteer for FORCES sponsored events. She is a pleasure to work with and has admirable passion for the natural world.”

~ Amy Kochem, New York State Parks

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