Our community knowledge base of mindful, progressive and traditional land ethics provide the lens from which we make our stewardship decisions. Our agricultural and silvicultural practices are informed through permaculture principles, designed in a collaborative manner and undertaken with human and horse power. We provide land development consultation.
Emphasizing hands-on, real-world learning experiences, a placemaking approach to education increases academic achievement, helps students develop stronger ties to their community, enhances students’ appreciation for the natural world, and creates a heightened commitment to serving as active, contributing citizens.
Community vitality and environmental quality are improved through the active engagement of local citizens, community organizations, and environmental resources in the life of the school.”
- David Sobel