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WorldWildWeb Spring and Summer Programs begin May 4!

Welcome to the  A remote, place-based exploration of who and where we are. Click HERE to Apply! What is the WorldWildWeb? The WorldWildWeb is a worldwide digital connection of friends who seek, discover, and share the natural and cultural wonders of their home, neighborhood, and community! A diverse series of projects will engage Ironwood Tree…

The Importance of Youth Voice

The following was written by Madeline Friberg-Landon, who participated in several Ironwood Tree Experience programs and currently works with us as the ITE Fellow. The Importance of Youth Voice At Ironwood Tree Experience, our goal is to encourage young people to engage with nature and community. I know from personal experience that you can hear… Read more »

Birding as a Tool for Youth Environmental Stewardship

The following article was displayed on the website of our partner, Sonoran Joint Venture, who supports birding programs for ITE youth. Birding as a Tool for Youth Environmental Stewardship FRIDAY, 06 MARCH 2020 /  PUBLISHED IN NEWS We are Ironwood Tree Experience, a nonprofit that connects youth with their communities through experiences in nature. We aim to inspire… Read more »

The Sonoran Desert in the Month of April & May.

Want to know what’s happing in the Sonoran Desert? Even in the time of Covid-19 many of us can still step out the front door, stroll about, and look to our native plants and animals for inspiration! Happy April and May 2020 everyone. This Sonoran Desert spring (beginning in mid-February) has been welcoming and beautiful…. Read more »