We have such a brief opportunity to pass on to our children our love for this Earth, and to tell our stories. These are the moments when the world is made whole. In my children's memories, the adventures we've had together in nature will always exist. 
― Richard Louv, Last Child in the Woods

About Us

Always an adventure.

Adventure means something different to everyone. To some it is climbing a mountain, to others it's moving to a new city, to many of us it is parenthood. 


For children, every day is an adventure, another opportunity to be amazed, another new experience to forge through with innocent wonder. A toddler discovering the fun of stomping through puddles; ten-year-olds building forts in the woods; a teenager finding the perfect spot under a tree for a peaceful escape from the drama of middle school. 


Sometimes, in the rush of our daily lives, we forget that we were once adventurers, too. We vaguely remember the exhilarating freedom we felt playing while outside with our friends, creating our own imaginary worlds in the backyard and exploring the woods behind the ballpark. 


Our goal is to help discover, or rediscover, the adventurer in all of us. 

Danielle Loveless

Director, Co-Founder


Certified in

The Cedarsong Way

forest kindergarten model

Board of Directors

American Forest Kindergarten Association

B.S. Music Education 

(Gettysburg College)

M.M. Music Education 

(University of Utah)

Proud mama


Favorite outdoor activity: Hiking


Fun fact:

Recently spent 9 months traveling the country in an RV with her family

Jodie Haynie



Certified in

The Cedarsong Way

forest kindergarten model


Master Naturalist Certification 

(The Lowcountry Institute)

B.A. Studio Art

(College of Charleston)


M.A. Educational Psychology  (University of Colorado)

Proud mama

Favorite outdoor activity: Canoeing


Fun fact:

Was team captain of the CofC women's basketball team