New Session for Fall 2019

We are so excited to announce the start of our 2nd year, beginning Thursday, September 19th, 2019 with our 9 week Fall Session! West Marin 4th-8th graders, come and join us each Thursday between Sept 19th and Nov 21st (minus Halloween!) from 3-6pm! We’ll meet up at the BolinasCampus each week and go on towards adventure from there… The cost is $40 a week or $360 for the series(scholarships available) and includes a healthy snack.


If you would like to support the program please check out our donation page. Become a patron at Pateron https://www.patreon.com/BoStinYSL


Our Program will Be Led by USF Professor Melinda Stone Program Director – Meg Campbell Program Facilitator -Will Hubert


A message from our Program Director

– Meg Campbell

“As we embark on our second year in the Young Stewards of the Land program, one thing is really clear: We cannot practicing stewardship of the land without first practicing stewardship of the self. We have structured the fall program to include exercises, and activities that foster connection to the self first and subsequently the community and the land. Sort of like concentric circles, like the rings of a tree, we will start with the self and move outwards in an intentional way, weaving together empowering activities as well as ceremony on the land in Bolinas. It is our belief that if we connect kids to themselves to help develop a strong, well-rounded sense of self, they will become more invested in their community, and thus more invested in the land we live on. We will move through the Fall and into the winter with deep reverence for the seasons and the natural world that surrounds us here in West Marin.”

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