a new generation's insights

Fresh Eyes on the Evolved Nest

What would a new generation, pre-parenthood, say about The Evolved Nest? 


Does this new generation see the connection between the state of their world and how humans are disconnected from their own nature as well as Nature?


What could we learn from a pair of Fresh Eyes on The Evolved Nest?


Below you will find out, with a presentation of essays on the many components of The Evolved Nest, as well as their missing elements in our current culture, and imaginings on how our world could be different if these connections were consciously restored.


Below you can find:


1. The Fresh Eyes Blog

2. Children's Stories reflecting The Evolved Nest

3. Materials, Posters and Power Point presentations reflecting The Evolved Nest


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Fresh eyes on the evolved nest blog

The importance of touch

This presentation was created by Lillian Merrigan and Samantha Loper for the Morality, Parenting and Nature Connection in the Anthropocene class at the University of Notre Dame. This class is taught by Dr. Darcia Narvaez. 

If I Could Be Anything

By Mara Bhalla

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What My Love Is Like

A Children's Story by Jane Museum

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How We Play In Nature

A Children's Story by Kaitlyn DeHerrara

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A Honeybee and Me

By Anna Agnew

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Benefits of Night time nursing

This poster on Benefits of Nighttime Nursing was created for the Morality, Parenting and Nature Connection in the Anthropocene by Kaitlyn Deherrara.

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simple rules to bed sharing

This poster on Benefits of Nighttime Nursing was created for the Morality, Parenting and Nature Connection in the Anthropocene by Kaitlyn Deherrara.

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breastfeeding poster