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Why should children get involved in agriculture at a young age? Agriculture is all around us, from the clothes we wear to the food we eat. Where our food comes from is an important concept for people of all ages to understand. Luckily for me, I was born and raised on my dad's retail nursery.
Pennington in the Wild invites students to explore ecological ethics in conversation with religion and spirituality through direct experience with the wild. As we canoe across Adirondack lakes, we will build community, cultivate leadership, explore ecological spiritualities, and learn skills in outdoor adventure.
I grew up in Washington State. Each day I lived in the epically beautiful shadow of Mount Baker, a 10,000-foot peak in the North Cascade Mountains. It rose from sea level where I lived and reminded me that nature was enormous and present. I spent summers hiking and camping in the foothills of the Cascades and winters skiing, snowshoeing, and building snow caves to camp. I spent the fall collecting berries and hunting, and the spring nourished by the floodwaters and the snowpack.
Everyone loves summer! For kids, summer is a time to have fun, to be around their friends, and a great opportunity to dive into the passions that they love. I have been fortunate enough to lead the basketball camps here at Pennington for the past four years, and summer is one of my favorite times to be a coach. I love our summer sports camps. I love how they are structured and what the kids get out of them.
Theatre is often a respite from the real world, whether it be acting in a show or taking it in from the audience; as the actors take the stage, they transform the space and take us on a journey allowing our imaginations to soar.