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Dr. Kelly Miller, a mother of 4 and licensed Pediatrician shares some insights to keep you and your kids healthy during the COVID-19 crisis. 1) What symptoms to look for in your child 2) When to seek care 3) What to do if you think your child is sick? 4) What can you do to help prevent your child from getting sick?
7 things parents can do to help reduce their children's anxiety about COVID-19
The second piece in this series of Cloudy Ridge Productions’ Languages of Landscape series explores how ancient cultures may have looked at the concept of time relative with our narrow and linear concept of time based on the Gregorian calendar.
Collaborating with Anna Sofaer, president of The Solstice Project, (www.solsticeproject.org), Cloudy Ridge productions teamed up with the Project last November to produce this short film about the Greater Chaco Landscape. Exploring how human-made ancient mega-features such as ancient roads and mounds along with large natural features such as twin buttes and alcoves that spread from New Mexico to Southeastern Utah, played vital rolls in oral histories of the ancients that are still told and lived by modern Indigenous peoples today .