Natural Leaders Academy Environmental | E-Corps Expeditions Inc.

The Natural Leadership Academy will motivate and train young natural leaders to engage millennials in their community with the outdoors. 

 July 21 – 25, 2014, @ELC (Environmental Learning Center) Registration has been extended – until 7/18/2014

Use code NLA10 to get 10% off (only one coupon per purchase)

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which will start @ELC 604 S Main St, Mount Holly, NC and take us to various, exciting outdoor recreation facilities in the Charlotte Metro area.

Tuition for the academy is $232.  Register Here!  More Details  

This pilot is the youth (ages 13-17) curriculum version of the Natural Leaders Network camp which is a part of the Children & Nature Network  (C&NN was founded by Richard Louv & Dr. Cheryl Charles).

The  academy will focus on expanding the efforts during the next year of the following initiatives;

  1. NC Children & Nature Coalition, our North Carolina branch of C&NN, membership drive & organization map!
  2. Vet Out Initiatives – planning veteran events for restoration in nature & Military family programs
  3. Youth planning youth enticing outdoor activities.

Nature & Environmental | E-Corps Expeditions Inc.

Davidson’s Herp Project


Carolina Herp Atlas – Home.  E-Corps is going to participate and take our followers along for the ride!  All our NatSci Walks and expeditions we will be tracking some Herps.  Our naturalist formerly suffers from ophiophobia (fear of snakes) after a few sweaty up-close encounters she is amazed at these creatures. From the muscles that make them move to the scales that grasp, snakes are so cool! She still avoids those cat-eyed (elliptical pupils) snakes those guys are the venomous (yes venomous I am not eating the snake only then he would be poisonous). Still not convinced we need snakes? Ever done rodent math? 1 female can have 5-10 liters of 5-6 offspring in one year. if she has 18 female offspring this will result in 630 rodents from just one mated pair. Uck! over run with rodents chow down Mr. Snake!