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We would not be who we are without our eco-friendly design, which is at the core of our strategy. We are constantly working to improve our offerings and expand upon our capabilities when it comes to design and production. Get in touch to learn more.
In today's globalized world, chances are you are interacting with people from more than just one country. This is where our multilingual functionality comes into play. Take advantage of this unique capability to expand your reach.
Our customers deserve the highest level of support, and we work tirelessly to maintain those standards. When you choose to work with our team, know that you are consistently choosing quality and excellence. Customer service is at the heart of everything that we do.
We are constantly working to improve our offerings and expand upon our technological capabilities. Our expert team of professionals is passionate about developing the most advanced tech on the market. Ready to experience the future? Get in touch.
Join us seasonally at Lions Camp and Lake Wilderness Arboretum in Maple Valley, WA!
We offer a variety of nature programs for kids ages 3-14 in King County, WA.
Thrive in an environment of movement and interaction
Regard nature as our greatest teacher
Value stewardship and community involvement
Appreciate the unique gifts each child can contribute
Hope to build meaningful connections with peers
Join us at Ashlar's Forest Programs!
Our all-outdoor Forest Programs are perfect for children who thrive in settings where they can keep their bodies active and experience the fresh air as it moves through the trees.
For preschoolers, morning meetings take place in a stump circle, number and social skills are both honed as children gather sticks and pinecones to build a home for a fuzzy caterpillar friend, and literary concepts develop on our Story Walks through the Arboretum.
For homeschoolers, creative problem-solving skills flourish as children naturally move about, balancing on a log, dipping their toes into the river, racing across the ball field, or huddling together around a story or craft in the picnic pavilion at Lions Camp. Mentors provide interest-based activity invitations, which allow peer connections to form and give access to knowledge and skills pertaining to the natural wonders that surround us when we leave the walls of a traditional classroom behind. Part of this learning involves caring for the earth and all of its inhabitants, valuing the diversity that each plant, animal, and child brings to our program and our world.
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