Reading in a Tree

“… it occurred to me that it would be a fine thing to climb one of the trees to obtain a wider outlook…”

“I kept my lofty perch for hours, frequently closing my eyes to enjoy the music by itself, or to feast quietly on the delicious fragrance that was streaming past.”
~ John Muir

Conserve School students share their experience reading John Muir’s “A Wind-Storm in the Forests” from the lower branches of a majestic pine tree. A classroom that is as engaging as the material being taught.

Does your school do something similar?

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