Our first ever University of San Francisco class, ENVA 301, was a success.
Students spent 10 days at BMES working with various experts, learning about the Klamath bio-region, gardening, forest stewardship, pole building techniques, cob construction and alternative energy. Everyday began with chores– from tending to the animals, working in the garden, prepping in the kitchen, and assisting with the general maintenance at the station. Days also included plenty of time for reflection and personal adventures down to the waterfall or deep into the forest. Check out the video below by Ellora Coombs-Echenhofer to immerse yourself in the BMES spirit.