​​​​​​​Find Us Outside Nature Immersion Program

Nancy Schutts:  Forest Kindergarten Leader

Nancy created Find Us Outside in March of 2016 with the support of her family and assistance of the  Board of Directors.  Nancy has an Administrative Degree, ECE Degree, EE Certificate, and a Level Three Forest Kindergarten Teaching Certificate.

Nancy's passion for the outdoors was fostered by her parents' love of nature.  Living in tents as a child each summer in the Great Lakes with her family offered endless nature immersive experiences.  Her desire to start Find Us Outside as a nonprofit is to pass on similar experiences and an appreciation of nature with children and their families, as her parents did with her.

​​Phone: 1-203-491-0596

Paula Moliver: Fiber Crafting Consultant and Art Director

Paula Moliver is a noted designer with a specialty in all things related to fiber. She spins and dyes her own yarn and is skilled in weaving and needle arts. For the past seven years, Paula has written an on-line column as the Hartford Knitting Examiner. She teaches children as well as adults how to express themselves through fiber. Her work has been widely published in noted magazines including Arts & Crafts, Better Homes & Gardens and the Decorative Painter. 

Please feel free to explore some of Paula's work @ the following sites. 


Michelle Re: Educator and Program Coordinator

​Michelle Re, Ed.M. is a mother to a one-year-old, an educator, a farmer, a teacher,     a reiki practioner, an event coordinator and an administrator who strives to live holistically. 

Michelle has earned a Masters of Teaching from Sacred Heart University as well a Certification in Elementary Education.  As an elementary teacher, she inspired and motivated children to learn and achieve their full potential. As the Director of Student Activities at Norwalk Community College and the New England Regional Coordinator of Phi Theta Kappa, the largest honor society in American Higher Education, Michelle inspired and taught college students 
across New England how to improve their communication, executive function and leadership skills.

In 2010, Michelle developed an interest in organic farming and as a result she began volunteering for local farms. She quickly learned through hands-on experience and instruction from the farmers.  These experiences combined with her motivation to self-study, earned her the opportunity to successfully manage Serenity Farm of Wilton during the 2014 growing season.  Michelle is excited to combine her love of teaching, holistic knowledge, gardening expertise and administration experience to the continued success of Find Us Outside​