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News From Our Executive Director Inclusivity and Equity at Farm & Wilderness: July 2020

Farm & Wilderness has a long history of striving to create a welcoming environment that values and demonstrates diversity, equity, and inclusion for our campers and staff. We acknowledge that we have struggled at times and not always gotten it right. We want to take this time of leadership changes as an opportunity to re-affirm […]

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Community Stories Farm & Wilderness Waterfront is Open – Passes Now Available

We are excited to let you know that swimming will open at Farm & Wilderness this Friday, July 3rd, with lifeguards for Plymouth and Killington residents and those staying in those towns who have met the State quarantine guidelines. Passes are required for access and must be acquired in advance, along with a signed waiver.  […]

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Community Stories We’re Looking for Musicians for a 2020 Summer Concert Event and Bonfire Livestream!

F&W 2020 Summer Concert Event and Bonfire Livestream! (and we’re looking for musicians!) Just because we can’t see each other in Plymouth doesn’t mean that we can’t get together this summer! Music has always been at the core of the F&W experience – from Winds of the People to Wagon Wheel – so what better way to celebrate old friendships […]

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News & Announcements COVID-19: June 2020 Updates

With summer now in full swing, we wanted to give you an update on what things will look like in the months ahead. We first wanted to excitedly tell you all that Frances McLaughlin has accepted the position to be our next Executive Director. She will officially take over her role in September and you […]

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News & Announcements Board Meeting June 2020

Agenda for June 2020 Meeting The Farm & Wilderness and Ninevah Foundation Boards will hold a brief meeting on June 20th. This is not in our regular schedule of meetings, but in these unusual times, I felt we needed to come together more often. This will be the first meeting attended by our six new […]

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News & Announcements Loon Chicks on Woodward Reservoir

The Vermont Center for Ecostudies, in partnership with the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, leads the Loon Watch Conservation Project.  Every year volunteers help monitor loon nesting sites across the state.  The biggest threat to loons, which were fortunately removed from the endangered species list in 2005, is human disturbance. You can read more about […]

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Saltash Mountain Miles Crabtree on The Moth Radio Hour

We’re excited to share that SAM Camp staff member Miles Crabtree was interviewed on The Moth Radio Hour, a podcast produced by PRX out of New York. In this episode of How You See Me, Miles masterfully shares a story about trying out for his school’s production of “How the West Was Won”, gender stereotypes, […]

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Community Stories Scaffolded list of anti-racist resources

Here you will find a working document created by Anna Stamborski, Nikki Zimmermann, and Bailie Gregory. It was originally shared with Farm & Wilderness by Ann-Marie White, a current board member. It is a scaffolded list of anti-racist resources. No matter where you or your friends are in the journey, there are always resources for […]

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Community Stories Statement from our Board of Trustees

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered. The Farm & Wilderness and Ninevah Foundations stand for the Quaker values of simplicity, peacemaking, integrity, community, equity, and service. The Board of Trustees unequivocally stands against racism, hatred, police brutality, and condemns the murder of George Floyd. Quakers believe that there is that of God in […]