We are passionate about inspiring and empowering kids to love and care for nature from an early age.
Through stronger connections to the earth, they will develop a deeper understanding of reciprocal relationships within the natural world and it nurtures their hearts, minds and hands as our future environmental stewards.
Meet the team behind these Grab it and GO Resources
Tania is the Founder of Nurture in Nature Australia and The Nature Bus.
She is on a mission to help kids, families, schools, early learning centres, communities and people of all ages connect with nature and with each other.
Tania is a passionate Nature-prenuer, nature based business owner and community connector whose creative ideas, engaging workshops, Nurture in Nature Radio Podcast and innovative nature connection programs and resources and have been embraced by people from all over the world.
Jennie studied Biological Sciences in the 1980s and worked in a variety of Science related jobs both in Australia and overseas. (Zoology – Latrobe University & Zurich University).
Jennie is currently an Early Childhood teacher in a stand alone community kindergarten. Her Science studies, nature pedagogy training and personal history influence her teaching and pedagogy.
Jennie recently completed a Masters thesis research project that was titled: 'What are early childhood educators' pedagogical beliefs for including a Bush Kinder element to their program?’
Marianne was born into a family that spent every weekend either bush-walking or going to the beach.
She graduated as a graphic designer and worked in various studios in the Netherlands, Turkey and Australia over the years. She is currently freelancing and enjoying the variety of work this presents.
Marianne has always been an advocate for improvement in the way we educate our children and was more than happy to work on the positive connection with nature that both Tania and Jennie promote.
We acknowledge the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional custodians of country throughout Australia and recognise the deep knowledge, connection and caring relationship they have to the land and waters on which we play, learn and explore. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.