Water songs for children and the young at heart

The Earth Song List has more than 700 songs+ listed in the children’s music genre. To celebrate World Water Day, we’d like to lift up and share a sample of these songs about water, drinking water, the water cycle, water habitats, and our water planet. This is by no means a complete list. Suggestions are…

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Nature News from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem

Nature News from Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem originates on www.walkinjim.com from Leslie Heeks-Stoltz. Equinox is around the corner and the first bear sightings are happening. West of the park, a friend has seen a grizzly for over a week, but the first confirmed sightings reported by the park have been this week. This is always an…

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A.T. Hall of Fame Honors Walkin’ Jim Stoltz

Walkin Jim

The A.T. Hall of Fame was developed by the Appalachian Trail Museum to honor those “who have made exceptional and positive contributions to the Appalachian Trail or the A.T. ¬†community.” ¬†Listen to the Earth is excited to share the A.T. Hall of Fame induction of our co-founder Walkin’ Jim Stoltz. The Appalachian Trail Hall of…

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Environmental Songs for a United Sense of Place

A sense of place and appreciation for where one lives inspires many environmental songs. Many singer/songwriters also bear witness to the changes and environmental harms to the places they care about. This curated green song list includes just a few of the 750 songs in our earth song database database that reflect a sense of…

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