fbpx
Wolf Ridge Wolf Ridge

BLOG

Recent Posts

2020 February Almanac Newsletter


Posted By Carrie Anderson
February 10, 2020

In this issue of the Almanac Newsletter… Wolf Ridge Hosts National Conference tells the story colleagues from across the country gathering to share ideas about strengthening their respective RELCs. It also teaches us about open space technology. View From the Ridge highlights the latest happenings at the Ridge by Executive Director Peter Smerud. The Leaders […]

Read Full Post

2020 October Almanac


Posted By Carrie Anderson
October 23, 2020

In the October 2020 Almanac Newsletter: Surviving COVID-19 – See how Wolf Ridge is doing financially during COVID-19. Wolf Ridge Adaptations – Executive Director Pete Smerud shares changes made by Wolf Ridge to survive the pandemic in the View from the Ridge. News Briefs – Updates on Wolf Ridge activities. ABC’s of Viruses – Discover […]

Read Full Post

2020 May Almanac


Posted By Carrie Anderson
May 5, 2020

In the May, 2020 Almanac Newsletter Download newsletter Rising to the Challenge – re-vamping our curriculum for distance learning. View from the Ridge – How is Wolf Ridge handling the pandemic? Distance Learning with SEAK – High school outdoor learning continues with new on-line format in the Twin Cities. Food Fosters Health and Hope reflects […]

Read Full Post

Wood-fired Pizza Fridays on the Farm


Posted By Carrie Anderson
August 14, 2020

With the sweet smells of homemade tomato sauce prepared earlier that day, this past Friday night was full of buzz at the Wolf Ridge Farm. Neighbors from Silver Bay, Finland, and other North Shore communities were there to pick up their very own wood-fired pizza made by farm staff and volunteers. Inspired by other small […]

Read Full Post

Ode to Trees


Posted By Robby Holmes
March 4, 2020

2/26/20 15 degrees F, sunny, calm          The recent warmth of February has left the snow waterlogged and crunchy. My snowshoes are necessary for the trek to the mandala, but they’re much too loud for my liking. Five minutes of slipping and sliding through the dense snow brings me to my sit-spot […]

Read Full Post