We're excited for the 2020 NCLC! Heading into our fifth year of bringing together nature connection organizations, we're very excited for the changes
Join a fun & experienced group of nature connection organizations.
Draw upon the experience of other nature connection leaders and provide your team opportunities to collaboratively learn with peers.
Connect to your peers
Strengthen your leadership and prevent burnout through supportive relationships with your fellow leaders.
Access collective experience
Learn from the seasoned know-how of other organizations. The experience of other teams is an invaluable resource.
Build on resources
Address challenges and build capacity quickly by not starting from scratch. Stop re-inventing the wheel.
Collaborate and lead
Share your expertise and support nature connection beyond your organization. A rising tide lifts all ships.
Have you attended the Nature Connection Leadership Conference?
Alumni of the ’16, ’17, ’18 and ’19 NCLC are eligible for a complimentary 1-year membership to the Nature Connection Network. We ask you consider making a voluntary membership contribution to assure our collective impact well into the future.
Complementary membership will no longer be available after 2019. To sustain your access to the Nature Connection Network, all NCLC alumni are asked to contribute on an annual basis.
Ready to connect your team to the network?
Join today. Start benefiting from connection and collaboration.
Membership gets your organization three licenses
Each license grants your team one seat on an exclusive email listserv for Nature Connection organizations.
Choose your membership fee based on your organization's annual operating budget.
$0-$50k per year$75 per year
$51k-$100k per year$100 per year
$101-250k per year$125 per year
$251-$500k per year$150 per year
$501k-$750k per year$200 per year
$751k+ per year$250 per year
Need more licenses? - Double the annual fee for 6 licenses, triple it for 10 licenses (and get one free).
I see the Network as a platform for growth in humanity, and as an opportunity for reconciliation with the original people of this land, for the teachings that have been given.
David VanderhoopCo-Founder of Sassafras Earth Education
Being part of the network is unifying and nourishing, and can only help us strengthen our relationships and work——at a time the world needs us most.
Angella GibbonsFounder & Director of EarthWalk Vermont
I am seeing the power of the network improve our schools and amplify our work. I count on the collective wisdom of all of the member schools in this network to help me solve simple and complex problems at Wild Earth. It feels like we are really working together as one!
David BrownsteinExecutive Director of Wild Earth
Dear All, Thank you so much for being on the call with us yesterday and we hope that you were able to take some time to process. We’d like to
Since we don’t have Elephants on this continent, David Vanderhoop and I (Saskia Vanderhoop) propose to have conversation around the Mastodon in the