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Local students hit Wolf Ridge

Posted on 11 April 2015 by Calvin

Wolf Ridge Como Students iconFour Como students tried their hand at being student counselors at Wolf Ridge a late weekend in March. They went up to Wolf Ridge ELC with the Murray Environmental Inquiry Immersion class to help teacher Tim Chase and the Wolf Ridge staff. The Murray students and the Como counselors went on a backpacking trip, cooked their lunch on camp stoves, and later that Sunday, attended a career fair put on by the US Forest Service. The fire jumpers and the wildlife biologist were the biggest hits, and the forester and Steve Robertsen, District Interpreter, Tofte Ranger District of the Superior National Forest were also informative. The counselors responsibilities were to help the students get to classes on time, help facilitate the equipment use, time management, and dorm room community. Pictured are (from left to right) Tim Chase, Xeehlue Vang, Kari Gurney, Kelly Chase, Alyssa Brown, and Will Toney.


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