July 2014 News

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Deer in camp.

Highlights:
June began with the final few weeks of the spring Wilderness Bushcraft Semester and finished with the Woodsman course. During June we also had our new student cabin and library delivered, making the field school master plan nearly complete. As spring rolled into summer the gardens started producing fresh greens. It’s always difficult to say goodbye to the friends made on a semester course, and this one was no different. We always hope to see everyone again on an alumni trip in the future.

Coming Up:
This month we’re running the Riverman and Family Bushcraft courses, as well as beginning our 4-week Wilderness Canoe Expedition Semester. It will be great to meet some new people as well as get the expedition team back together to explore the backwaters of Maine canoe country.

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