This past Saturday Conserve School English & Photography teacher, Jeff Rennicke, took a group of students for a visit to Bond Falls. Bond Falls is a 26 mile drive from Conserve School and the falls can be accessed via a brief hike from a handicap accessible parking lot near the bottom of the falls, or via more adventurous trails along the sides of the falls coming down from the top. Jeff and the students elected to take the more adventurous route. In addition to enjoying the forested setting and beautiful falls, many of the students used the opportunity to develop their photographic skills. Bellow are some photos taken that day by student Amaya Bisabarros-Hudoc and teacher Jeff Rennicke.
Photos from Amaya:
Photos from Jeff:
Conserve School provides a semester-long immersion for high school students in environmental studies and outdoor activities that deepens their love of nature, reinforces their commitment to conservation, and equips them to take meaningful action as environmental stewards. Thanks to the generosity of Conserve School’s friends and its founder James Lowenstine all accepted students receive significant scholarship support.