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Archive: 2009 November

Anonymous

I enjoy browsing Kamana.org the way I enjoy looking through my field guides, I always come across something interesting that I wasn’t aware of before. But then, one day while out hiking I noticed a patch of yellow “stuff” on a log beside the trail. I couldn’t find anything on it anywhere, so I turned […]

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Annie Thoe, Board Member and Kamana Student

Kamana changed my life– I’ve always wanted to know the names of the plants, birds, trees that are in my backyard. However, I didn’t expect to have such a deep relationship with everything around me. Especially the birds and tracks and the stories they tell every moment. I’m so grateful, so moved by the awareness […]

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Anonymous

Kamana.org is one of the few ways I have to connect with other people who are interested in developing nature awareness skills. In my busy life I often forget that it is so important to me, and since I know no one in real life who shares this interest, Kamana.org keeps this thread alive in […]

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P.E.Z. – Kamana Four Student

Kamana has been a truly amazing experience for me. I was amazed at the stuff I read in the first week or two in the program. Even as a lifetime hunter at the age of 45, I had no idea of the usefulness of birds in the hunting experience. Now in K4, I am honing […]

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J.C. – Kamana Four Graduate

Anyone can go for a walk in the woods – Kamana brings the stories of nature alive, and reminds us of how we belong there as much as any other living being.

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