Category Archives: Sustainability

Sustainable Communities Day: Putting Earth Day Principles Into Practice

Expanding on their daily practice of good ecological citizenship, The White Mountain School community marked Earth Day 2019 with a day-long program of workshops, expert discussions and films about humanity’s relationship with the Earth. Sustainable Communities Day 2019 highlighted Read More

From The White Mountains to the World of Agriculture: Judson Reid ’92

What happens to a kid who grows up on a dairy farm in northern New York, goes to The White Mountain School, and falls in love with Spanish and international agriculture? He becomes a specialist in the Cornell Vegetable Program at Cornell University, of course! Encouraged to explore the Read More

Community Supported Agriculture at WMS

Every summer at The White Mountain School, faculty and staff members have the option to participate in a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at the school farm. CSA programs connect the producer and consumers within a food system more directly by allowing the consumer to Read More
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Sustainable Community Day 2017

Yesterday, students and faculty gathered to participate in our first Sustainable Community Day -- a day dedicated to sustainable living practice. Science teacher Renee Blacken started the day off with a powerful morning reading, which is included below. Be sure to follow us on Facebook Read More
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Sustainability Club Presents

The White Mountain School Sustainability Club is active in investigating and proposing ways that we can grow our community and live more sustainably. As a school with a rich history in sustainability studies (WMS was the first high school in the country to form a dedicated sustainability Read More
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