Creating A Nature Habit, with Sandi Schwartz

Sandi Schwartz is the founder and director of the Ecohappiness Project; author of the parenting book Finding Ecohappiness: Fun Nature Activities to Help Your Kids Feel Happier and Calmer; co-author of the children’s book Sky’s Search for Ecohappiness; and journalist specializing in parenting, environmental, and wellness topics.

Her mission is to inspire and educate families to build a nature habit to feel happier and calmer. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, National Geographic, Library Journal, Yahoo!, Good Housekeeping, Chicken Soup for the Soul, Scary Mommy, and more.

She began her career at the United States Environmental Protection Agency and National Academy of Sciences. She has a Bachelors in Environmental Studies from The George Washington University, a Masters in Government (Environmental focus) from Johns Hopkins University, and Specialization Certificate in Foundations of Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania.

Sandi splits time between Florida and New Jersey with her husband and two school-aged children.

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