Terebinth

Fall 2020 Lab Sessions

Fall Trimester | 10 Sessions

Spend 5 hours trekking through woods or caring for animals on a farm. In these experiential science classes, students learn while being and doing in nature. Weekly break down looks like this:

September 11: Adventure Hike | Hundred Akre Wood

(God's Creation, Botany, Walkie-talkies Protocols,Naturalists,Permaculture Zone 5)

September 18: Identity, Responsibility and Animal Husbandry | Edgegrove Farm

(Permaculture Zone 1/2/3, Animal Husbandry, Stewardship)

September 25: Naturalists 1 | Hundred Akre Wood

(Permaculture Zone 5, Botany, Foraging/Wildcrafting,  Identification, Observation)

October 8: Naturalists 2 | Hundred Akre Wood

(Permaculture Zone 5, Ornithology, Identification, Observation)

October 16: Naturalists 3 | Hundred Akre Wood

(Permaculture Zone 5, Zoology, Identification, Observation)

October 23: Naturalists 4 | Hundred Akre Wood

(Navigation, map-making, record keeping)

 

October 30: Naturalists 5 | Hundred Akre Wood

(Animal tracking, shelters, map-making, record keeping)

November 6: Soil Love | Root and Marrow Farm

(Soil, Permaculature Zones 1-5, Bio-availability)

November 13: Naturalist Certification | Hundred Akre Wood

(Nature Hike, Representations of Learning)

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