"Lumberjack lessons and events have widened my idea of what outdoor skills are. I used to think that outdoor skills just included things like backpacking, rock climbing and canoeing, but really there so much more."
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CS14 Alum, using words and photos to bring awareness to our climate and environment.
"This open house had staff and guests share about their professional, academic, and recreational experiences related to environmental stewardship."
"CS15 students did an incredible job considering the needs of the social and ecological communities of Conserve School and made appropriate steps to plan, organize and implement their projects on Stewardship Activity Day."
"Having a class Taking Action Project gave me an idea of what it would be like to start my own personal Taking Action Project."
Foresters and national competitors in lumberjacking, including CS teaching fellow, Kate Witkowski, shared their skills, talents and knowledge with students in on a snow-covered field at Conserve School.
On November 2, six students participated in a Conserve School project at the apiary to tend to the bees.
Connecting through shared gratitude for the land and each other: Students went for a walk on Lowenwood to reflect on how being present in a moment is a form of gratitude.
Earth Fest week at Conserve School always wraps up with a special dinner. This fall's meal was planned by the Conserve School students using recipes from home.