Julie Simon

Julie Simon is a freelance writer specializing in environmental education, green energy, sustainable transportation, health, and technology topics. Since 2004, she has also served as a naturalist at the Chattahoochee Nature Center guiding students and campers to explore the woodlands and wetlands along the Chattahoochee River. She authored a chapter of the 2014 book, Connecting Children to Nature: Ideas and Activities for Parents and Educators. At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta where she is a member, she has served on the Children's Ministry Team. One of her favorite activities is stalking wildflowers, mushrooms, and salamanders with her family in the North Georgia mountains. A graduate of the University of Virginia, Julie holds an M.S. in Land Resources from the University of Wisconsin (Madison).

From Julie Simon

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Circle of Trees | Tapestry of Faith

Circle of Trees
From Circle of Trees
Circle of Trees is a multigenerational program that nurtures deep connection with trees, nature, and all of earth’s living creatures.

World of Wonder | Tapestry of Faith

Green Like the Wind
From World of Wonder
In a bay of the North Sea, in the middle of Denmark, on an island called Samso, the wind blows and blows. On this windy island, lived a man named Soren...
World of Wonder, Grades K-1
From World of Wonder
Instills respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part and appreciation of its beauty, excitement, and mystery. 
Enough Stuff
From World of Wonder
Jamie sat on his bed, while his Dad talked on the phone. In just three weeks, Jamie was going to turn seven. He couldn't wait. He was having a pirate...
The Way of the Otter
From World of Wonder
Daniel firmly grips his paddle and pulls hard against the water....
Habitat at Home
From World of Wonder
Kylie groaned on the sofa. Her best friend Georgia was sick. It was Saturday, and the girls had planned to ride their bikes to Sundale Preserve that...

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