Campers will experience a rich program as Linda incorporates her educational teachings into her current programs. The result is a unique and rewarding experience for each camper. Her enthusiasm and wealth of knowledge will provide your child with...Read more
“Cassidy Charette was a 17-year-old Messalonskee High School student when she tragically lost her life in a hayride accident on Oct. 11, 2014. Since then, her community is making itRead more
The Oakland teen spent six summers at the farm and her mother says it was one of her favorite places. ALBION — For six summers, Cassidy Charette joined other boysRead more
Education for a Changing Climate, a conference sponsored by Orion magazine and Unity College, brought together educators and communicators from around the country. Small groups chose an environmental challenge and determined how to communicate it. Our group discussed how food choices affect climate change. Being disconnected from the source of our food was identified as a problem, and we chose storytelling as both our medium and our solution. In these 5 interviews, local residents tell stories about their work with food and their various relationships to the source of food. We interviewed a homemaker, farmers, restaurant owner, and food service director; all are, of course, educators.
In this interview, Linda Hartkopf–who runs Hart2Hart Farm with her husband in Albion, Maine–tells us about their organic dairy, the summer farmcamp she offers each year, and her work with animals. Our interview takes place during a very active camp session.
This series of interviews (Donahue, Murphy, Hartkopf, Bloomstein, and Colletto) was made possible by a fellowship from Santa Monica College, which is working to support sustainability through professional development.
Education for a Changing Climate, a conference sponsored by Orion magazine and Unity College, brought together educators and communicators from around the country. Small groups chose an environmental challenge andRead more