This past week all students were invited to a Stewardship Syruping Celebration to participate in a traditional Ojibwe Syruping Ceremony and help tap maple trees to get syrup for the dining hall.
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Heightening the global awareness with children from Madison and Guatemala.
On move-in day, CS14 Students and Staff used one word to describe what Nature Is. Open up this post to see a slideshow of students and some staff members with their word.
Sarah awarded Nancy Klamm Award best undergraduate poster at the Wilson Ornithological Society
Kevin Geisen gains international skiing experience in Kazakhstan.
Spanish classes at Conserve School routinely incorporate lessons that are done outside, in our natural world.
CS4 Alum Mikaylo Kelly makes his voice heard through A Peace of My Mind
CS1 Alum feeding the flames of her passion aboard a research vessel in San Francisco Bay
Dogsledding is in the blood and a family tradition for CS13 Alum Emma Thiel.
I just started a position through the Pathways intern program on the Ottawa National Forest in Watersmeet MI.
CS1 Alum, Alex Noll, is a first year law student at the University of Michigan Law School who is studying environmental law.
In combined English and History classes last week, Conserve School students explored the power of exploration, art and their role in politics.
Conserve School designated November 7-11th as Earth Week. After school seminars and a day of workshops around the theme of "The Night Sky," were infused into the week.
Conserve Teachers and Administrators had a chance to attend the North America Association for Environmental Education Conference in Madison in October.
What do the bogs tell us? What are in the bogs? What are some folklore about bogs?
A glimpse into the first week of Spanish class.
Sometimes the best way to understand literature is to set the book aside and cut to the chase.
Math teacher Caitlin Lemley and Teaching Fellow Maria Lee recently took a group of students on a weekend camping trip.
History students are challenged to become William Clark for a day and see how accurate they can be in creating a map on campus.
The AP Environmental Science Class has been learning about Field Work and Data Analysis.
On Thursday evening, September 1st, Conserve School students and staff were fortunate to again witness an impressive display of Northern Lights.
Morgan England (CS11) spent two weeks of her summer as part of the Environmental Leadership Lab in Alaska.
Chad Roberts (CS9) and Naomi Orchard (CS9) spent the summer working at the Moab Adventure Center in Moab, Utah.
Kira Minehart (CS1), graduate of Stanford University, is headed to the Grand Canyon for the summer to work for the National Park Service as a geoscience educator.