During these difficult times, it can be challenging to entertain and engage your kids while they’re stuck inside. Here are a few ideas for fun, educational online activities for kids who have to stay indoors due to coronavirus.

Drawing and Craft Projects

Whether your kids have natural artistic ability or not, there are plenty of online drawing lessons that will let them get started or explore their abilities further than they already have. Just make sure to have plenty of paper and pencils on hand so they can draw to their heart’s content. Online lessons are especially good because there’s no time limit for your kids to complete them.

Music Lessons

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April 11, 2020

The old timers say that when the oak leaves are the size of a mouse’ ear, then that’s the time to look for morels. The last two days showered us with exciting morel abundance here in Central New Jersey.

Morels are excellent camouflagers, and for that reason, are known for their mysterious elusiveness. Enticing kids to participate in the mushroom hunt turned out to be a great idea. Not only did they have tons of fun, but being lower to the ground, their spotting skills were unquestionably superior to those of adults. In the process of our seek and find, we noticed that the mushrooms like the companionship of elm trees, trout lilies and skunk cabbage, and seem to prefer we...

April 1, 2020

Capturing and using the renewable energy has been a challenge for many years. Advancements of the last decade have propelled the renewable energy industry to become a major market player. As we improve one of the components we are often pulled back by the need to advance one or more components they interact with. So it is important to look at a complete system when evaluating its advance, safely and usability.

One of the main aspects of the renewable energy is an ability to generate electricity. It can be done by harnessing the sun’s energy, by converting the forces of wind and water, and even fire. The solar panels and wind/water generators are getting more efficient,...

Yesterday marked Antinanco Earth Arts School’s 5th Anniversary!

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Joseph A. Resch as Managing Director, and the election of three new members to the Antinanco Earth Arts School Board of Directors and Advisory Board. New board members include Delwin Fiddler Jr., Jeff Inti Keim and Bill Pfeiffer. We also welcome our new staff members, Akinyele Karade and Maria Ragonese. Please visit About Us to get to know us better, and reach out to say hello. We love connecting with all of you, that is what our work is all about.

2019 was a big year for us. The year was filled with environmental projects, tree planting, children programs, intern...