By Art Borror The summer of 2001 demonstrated the continuing tradition of an exciting teaching program in natural history, ecology, and conservation at the Audubon Camp in Maine. Especially significant to me were the FOHI Work/Study session, two additional weeks on the teaching staff, and working with a changing leadership team of the Friends of
By Nancy Schlecht I study the small tightly wrapped pine cone in the palm of my hand and think about my week of work and study on Hog Island — a week that brought a group of people together to support an historic summer camp. We worked and studied and in one week became community.
By Jean Fisher At the end of the 2001 annual meeting, then-FOHI president Art Borror was ready to gavel the meeting adjourned when Jean Fisher, a work/studier from Lebanon, Pennsylvania, asked to have the floor. What follows here are Jean’s thoughts on her first FOHI Work/Study experience. I am here representing the entire group of
By David Klinger I know we are on the right track because Juliet French told me so. When I first met this charming and delightfully engaging 91-year-old Providence, Rhode Island, woman, she was sitting quietly alongside “Gracie’s Garden”, not far from where she landed on Hog Island in 1936 as the Audubon Camp’s first arrival.