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Zenobia Barlow directs The Center for Ecoliteracy that wants to help young children hold on to the wonder they naturally find in trees, rivers, and animals before it’s lost to the culture of television, computers, and consumerism. The center is a public foundation that funds San Francisco Bay Area schools and manages a publishing imprint, Learning in the Real World. Barlow worked for the Office of Child Development and the American Academy of Pediatrics. More recently, Barlow was the executive director of the Elmwood Institute, an ecological think tank and international network of activists and scholars founded by physicist, systems theorist, and author Fritjof Capra.