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Silence


Posted By Maggie Noun
January 14, 2018

There is rarely complete silence on the ridge; there are usually gleeful yelps of joy, bickering, and complaints about cold and being tired from herds of sixth graders. Such was the case with birds class on Thursday. As naturalists, we practice classroom management, and usually kids respond well to when they are asked to be […]

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From the 40th Anniversary Story Room:


Posted By Maggie Noun
December 5, 2017

Meg Blogett came to wolf ridge in summer ’95 as a camper, counselor, then an adult chaperone with Hopkins Summer Field Biology Group, and was a student naturalist 2009-10.   “The thing that strikes me the most about Wolf Ridge is the way it gets in your bones. I think the people who I know […]

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Redtail Ridge


Posted By Maggie Noun
November 26, 2017

Redtail Ridge   Redtail Ridge Elementary came from October 30 to November 3rd 2017, and enjoyed an early snow and some second degree fun in the RVs! As the liaison for this group, I noticed so much gratitude and smiles from the kids throughout the week. The adults were unphased by the RV’s water freezing, […]

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Wolf Ridge Tails and Tales!


Posted By Maggie Noun
November 25, 2017

Wolf Ridge Tails  and Tales is here to share stories of why folks come year after year to Wolf Ridge. It aims to ignite some of the stories the recesses of memory, and to highlight new ones with all sorts of voices. You’ll hear from parents, teachers, students, naturalists, permanent staff, and board members on […]

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