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Afternoon Tea at The Bakehouse

By Helen Martin, privileged guest

Last Thursday saw the gastronomic highlight of the Easter Term; Afternoon Tea in the Bakehouse. Organised by 6.1 Food Enrichment students Lola, Charlotte, Nancy, Sam, Tiger, Lilly, Fleur and Isi, the event was the culmination of two term’s hard work.  278 more words

BAC students learn stewardship skills to improve Bedales working farm

By Andrew Martin, Head of Outdoor Work

As the Block 5 students near the completion of their BAC projects I thought now would be a good time to share some of the fantastic, challenging work they’ve been up to. 569 more words

Bedales School

Good Things (Snowstorms) Come in Threes

This past week in Duluth was a kind of peak, a culmination of our first four winters living in Duluth. That’s because the snow came once, it came twice, and it came three times! 1,251 more words

Winter Sports

Getting Paid to Fish (Sort of)

This winter has been full of skiing and ice-fishing and other explorations for us, and I can’t complain. Still, I have ideas for so many other adventures left in my mind. 836 more words

Winter Sports

Open Call

Dear Twin Cities friends and family, if you have been longing to get out in the fresh air of the countryside to put in a good day’s work helping take down a couple of dead trees, I have an opportunity for you! 252 more words

Chronicle

Summer of Wildfires in the Northwest Underscores the Dangers Faced by Wildland Fire Fighters

November 20, 2017

Every year, hundreds of thousands of acres of land burn across the United States in wildfires. In summer 2017 dozens of wildfires smothered Seattle, and the rest of the Northwest, in smoke and ash. 245 more words

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