This event is a four-day service trip over reading period (May 5th-8th) to The Boundary Waters to explore the role we can play in nature and wilderness. Students will visit the Gunflint Trail in the Boundary Waters; cleaning up a trail to help get ready for the summer hiking season. Students will spend time in nature learning how to work as a team to achieve a goal and also get in touch with the beautiful wilderness. Throughout the weekend, students will talk about the role that we can play in the environment and wilderness and the impact that we can still have on nature while keeping them wild. Students will get the opportunity to learn how to channel their passion into meaningful action. The trip will aim to highlight the roles that we, as students and engaged citizens, can play in our environment and turn knowledge and passion into action.
Cost = Although the cost for housing and transportation will be provided, please keep in mind that the cost of food will not be.
If you’re interested in taking part on this trip, please sign up below