I like playing games and I like learning about the forest. If you’re a student who wants to learn more about sustainable forest management, I feel the game Forestia is like a mini-course on the subject.
photo by aspen
I found a forest friend online- Aspen Evergreen! She has a Resource for Sylvan Folk that sum up perfectly what it means to be a forest girl! “Who are the Dryad Girls? A close cousin of the Japanese Mori Girls, with less emphasis on the overtly conventional feminine a-line wispiness and laces and more focus on bold, natural colourings.” She also runs a Forestlings blog full of inspiring photos! Keep an eye on these blogs, I can’t wait until her site has an online forum!
I’ve been getting into vintage romance comics these days. I download them from the Digital Comic Museum and load them onto my e-reader. My favorites are the stories about a girl who marries a forest ranger and goes to live in the woods but hates it, then learns to like it. Although they kind of tick me off, too, since I wish I could live in the forest free of charge!