yogurt breakfast bowl with granola and fruit swirled in

Nature’s Defense

There is a great debate on whether to immunize children by vaccination, but what many people don’t know is babies are already immunized by the mother at birth. The fetus spends its first nine months developing in a sterile womb free from bacteria, but as the child passes through the mother’s cervix and birth canal, a healthy dose of beneficial (good) bacteria is passed to … Continue reading Nature’s Defense

group of middle schoolers walking through woods

Rec Rangers

Port Orange Offers Kids’ Nature Program The Rec Rangers program is a free nature program for upper elementary and middle school students (9-14 years old) with the mission of fostering young adult connectivity to nature and encouraging participation and stewardship of the parks and recreation opportunities and resources within their community.  Activities are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except the July activity, which will be … Continue reading Rec Rangers

green leaves in trees against blue sky

Second Saturday SoundWalk

Second Saturday monthly @ 11 AM Locations Vary Explore the sounds and rhythms of the urban and natural world with Atlantic Center for the Arts (ACA). Happening at a variety of locales, each walk is beneficial for people of all ages to de-stress, focus, and develop a deeper understanding of how we fit into the ecosystem of our environment. Limited to 20 participants. Free, and … Continue reading Second Saturday SoundWalk