Nature Rx owes a big thanks to all our supporters and contributors for all the help and consideration they've given us.
We wouldn't be here without them.
Find out how you too can join this supporter community, as an organization or an individual, and help promote the outdoors for everyone.
INDIVIDUAL Supporters AND CONTRIBUTORS
Robert R Kugler
André duBignon Furin
Betty F Bogardus
Remy "Skuz974" STIEGLITZ
Wilfred T Gee
R W Bogardus
Keith and Kristina Larese
Kathy J. Seltzer
Michelle L Fields
Christa Demment Gonzalez
Wendy Scipione / MPowering Benefits
Luke Reyes White
Oceanic Preservation Society (OPS) is a non-profit organization that creates film, photography and media, inspiring people to save the oceans. Founded in 2005 by renowned photographer and avid diver Louie Psihoyos, OPS is headquartered in Boulder, CO, conveniently between two oceans. OPS's first film, The Cove, has won dozens of awards around the world, including the Oscar® for Best Documentary in 2009, and inspired over a million people to action. OPS's next film, Racing Extinction, premieres on Discovery this September, 2015.
Located in Loveland, CO the ARISE Music Festival features 3 days of Music, Yoga, Workshops and co-creative experiences of all kinds. Surrounded by national forest, the festival takes place at Sunrise Ranch – an oasis in the heart of Colorado’s legendary Front Range. Featuring sweeping vistas and beautiful meadows, this magical and secluded landscape is a perfect container for participants to entertain and be entertained, be inspired, explore their creative potentials, connect with nature, stretch out, dive in, and dance. With a focus on conscious music, the ARISE Music Festival seeks performers in multiple genres and styles to keep the lineup diverse. You may find that you discover as many new bands at ARISE, as the number of bands you came to see.
Nature Rx films featured at ARISE Music Festival, 2015
The WILD Cities Project is a collaborative campaign to regenerate and celebrate wild nature in and around urban areas to improve quality of life for all. It integrates ecological, economic, social and cultural concerns while focusing on wild nature as the foundation upon which all else is sustained. Its aspirational vision and guiding principles advance on-the-ground work and create more support for effective policies to protect, restore and regenerate wild nature in urban areas around the world.
Telluride MountainFilm is an annual festival, a world-wide tour, a diverse community and a champion for change, celebrating the indomitable spirit since 1979. Mountainfilm is dedicated to educating, inspiring and motivating audiences about issues that matter, cultures worth exploring, environments worth preserving, adventures worth pursuing and conversations worth sustaining.
Nature Rx films featured at Telluride MountainFilm, 2015
Urban Conversion is a brand new national television series that grew up from the urban homesteading movement. Join host, Rodman Schley, and his family as they make make the leap to more sustainable living in their urban setting, Together they learn the ins, the outs, and extremes of sustainable urban options. From backyard beekeeping, chickens, kitchen gardens, alternative fuels, zero waste, and recycling, host Rodman tackles them all with a little help. For schedule, please go to your local PBS station website to find out when Urban Conversion will be airing in your town.