Mission: To inspire commitment to the thoughtful care of the environment.
Vision: To provide exceptional programs and experiences in environmental education.
We believe in teaching and engendering in our young a love and reverence for nature and all things pertaining to it.
We believe in the importance of providing training in ecology and conservation.
We believe we must give our community the realization that in nature we are all part of one another and whatever happens to one species inevitably will affect the whole chain of nature, including us. This knowledge is necessary to be good stewards of the land and protectors of our natural resources.
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The Linking Angels“And you shall make two golden cherubim; you shall make them of hammered work, from the two ends of the ark cover.” (Shemot 25:18)Among the various instructions provided for the assembling of the Mishkan in Parshat Terumah, the cherubim are quite an odd and ambiguous request. Rarely do they appear elsewhere in the Torah and never are these entities described clearly, other than their having wings and faces pointing towards the Aron Kodesh. Their purpose in Judaism and the…See More
After an amazing presentation by Jen Prescott, the Ramaz school was introduced to waste and sustainability eco-pathways. As a start to the change in our school culture, we have purchased a tumbler -still not sure what to name it yet!- and have begun…
Last Tuesday the head education director of The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP for short), Kim Estes, came in as a guest speaker, invited by the environmental club. The main topic of her presentation was water supply and wastewater…