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"The Wild Woman … lives in the green poking through snow, she lives in the rustling stalks of dying autumn corn, she lives where the dead come to be kissed and the living send their prayers. She lives in the place where language is made. She lives on poetry and percussion and singing … She is the moment just before inspiration bursts upon us." Clarissa Pinkola Estes, Women Who Run With the Wolves via Mariona Arfeliz

CAT-Africa’s CUB Kids program is designed with families in mind. It invites families to reconnect in the heart of Africa. Through fun and educational activities, little ones can form a deep bond with Africa’s animals, rich landscapes, vibrant people – and, ultimately, with you. #familytravel #safarikids #multigenerationaltravel #familyfriendly

Graduation project @Design Academy Eindhoven Site specific installation which uses-amplifies sound of nature to benefit people. These days we seem to interact more with electronic devices than with our environment. Inspired by the natural beauty of the Dutch town of Venhuizen, Jessica designed Sound Zen Gardens to help us reconnect with the landscape. Metal flowers amplify the pitter patter of raindrops while willow branches pulled around a tree trunk generate a satisfying rustle, as wel...

The Flemish Parliament undergoes a restyling. As of 13 November 2008 a giant wooden installation, lasting for at least 5 years, covers the Leuvenseweg connecting the Flemish Parliament with the House of Flemish Representatives. All used wood has the EFC-label, a European standard. For every tree cut, there will be planted a new one. All wood is 100% recyclable into new fixtures, and is going to be completely reused after the deconstruction.

One of our business goals is to reconnect people with the planet. Having healthy food to eat is one way. That's why we support Northwest Harvest.

The following ten waterfront open-space projects—all completed over the past five years—reconnect people to the water and emphasize resilience.

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