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Into The Woods....

(Director Lisa Brown and some students at the Tir Na Nog Forest School in Roachville, New Brunswick.)

We all know Canadian kids need to be more active.
Now there's a growing movement to get them out into nature for a large part of their day.
The trend - called Forest Schools - has already caught on in Northern Europe, and one of the movement's leading proponents is a Maritimer.
The CBC's Connell Smith brings us the story.

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