OUR GUIDING PRINCIPLES
1. The work of noted eco-theologian Thomas Berry, renowned scientist George Washington Carver, and noted conservationist Aldo Leopold, must be carried forth into the future.
2. The human spirit needs a deeper relationship with the environment to fully realize the human potential.
3. The human-earth relationship is innately fundamental to human well-being and must be protected and nurtured.
4. All children and adults can benefit from learning about their world through hands-on activities.
5. Teachers need engaging means of helping students develop an understanding of scientific principles.
6. Through ecosystem restoration projects, humans will find inner restoration with all relationships.
7. Personal involvement in such activities will motivate student’s creativity and imagination, impart critical thinking skills, and ultimately enhance character traits.