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Together, we can create a world where kids and teens have the opportunity to fall in love with nature.

A world where...
their natural curiosity is piqued by the world around them.
they can learn about nature right in their schoolyard.
they thrive through an intimate connection to our natural world.

Join the Thrive Outside Movement

Our Teacher Professional Development

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Become A Member

 

As a member of Thrive Outside, you join a movement to change the face of education so that hands-on outdoor learning, nature play, and environmental literacy

become an essential part of educating the whole child.

To thank our members for supporting our initiatives, we are pleased to offer our members discounts to our events, tips for fun, nature-based activities, and connection with a community of outdoor learning advocates.

Sponsor Our Signature Event - 

"Thrive Outside In The Mud"

Thrive Outside partners with BoldRDash to bring a family obstacle course to Frerichs Farm in Warren, RI on September 18, 2022. Become a sponsor to help expand young minds through outdoor learning and nature play. We had over 300 participants last year and are aiming for 500 this year.

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Partner With Thrive Outside

Make a difference in the Thrive Outside movement as a business partner. Our business partners are vital to our work to give nature access and outdoor education programs to all children. Amplify your impact and become an ambassador of Outdoor Education for all children.

Volunteer With Us

Give the gift of time and support for our movement by joining our Thrive Outside volunteers. Guide participants at our Thrive Outside in the Mud event, lead a family hike, or help at a Thrive Outside in All Seasons event. Also, we welcome health/mental health experts, education experts, and nature experts to contribute to our teacher professional development committee. Contact us to let us know your interests and learn more about individual and group volunteer opportunities.

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