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8 Nature Outings to Celebrate the Solstice Full Moon

Wendy Worrall Redal by Wendy Worrall Redal | December 17th, 2010 | 3 Comments
topic: Eco Travel, Green Living | tags: Arkansas, boulder, calendar, California, Colorado Springs, Cropseyville, cruise, flashlight, Frog Bayou, full moon, Garden of the Gods, Laguna Beach, Lake Fort Smith, Lake Tahoe, Long Island, lunar event, Mountainburg, nature, New York, night hike, Oklahoma, Quogue Wildlife Refuge, Sawhill Ponds, skiing, snowshoeing, Spiro Mounds Archaeological Center, state park, The Old Farmer's Almanac, Winter-Solstice

Full moon over the lake

‘Tis the season when many cultures and traditions herald the return of the light into the dark winter world — and this year’s winter solstice promises to do that in a big way, with a full moon on Dec. 21.

Since 1793, when The Old Farmer’s Almanac began tracking heavenly events and seasonal changes, the moon has been full on the first day of winter just nine times.

Wanderlust Festival: Where Yoga Meets Music and Nature

Gaiam Staff by Gaiam Staff | July 7th, 2009 | No Comments
topic: Conscious Living News, Yoga | tags: 50 Days 50 Yoga Studios road trip, environment, environmentalism, green, Kasey Luber, Lake Tahoe, local food, music, nature, organic, Squaw Valley, sustainablility, Wanderlust Festival, Yoga

wanderlust by itselfThis July, a new kind of festival will bring together the world’s leading yoga teachers and best rock ‘n’ roll performers in a breathtaking setting of natural beauty. The Wanderlust Festival, dedicated to both “spiritual and physical exploration,” will take place July 24-26 in Squaw Valley USA, Lake Tahoe, Calif. Gaiam is a sponsor of the festival, and our Yogamates.com editor Kasey Luber will conclude her 50 Days 50 Yoga Studios road trip at Wanderlust.