City students see nature in new way at Great Mountain

Adam Walker, the Summer Ecology Program director for Christodora, introduced 13 New York City high school students and their experiments at Great Mountain Forest on Saturday, July 21. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — A group of 13 high school students from New York City spent two weeks at the Yale Forestry Camp at the Great Mountain Forest, which is in Norfolk and Falls Village. They presented the results of their scientific experiments on Saturday, July 21.

Adam Walker, the program director for the Summer Ecology Program run by Christodora, said the students spent the first week exploring the Great Mountain Forest with forest manager Jody Bronson and other staff, and a week performing experiments designed by the students.

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