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Mountains & Mesas Program 2014

Where in the world do profusions of alpine wildflowers, wide open skyline ridges, afternoon hailstorms, orange sandstone cliff formations, thousand year-old ancient masonry villages and ten thousand year old obsidian…

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Being Brown at Sterling & in Vermont

Written by Kesha Medina Coming to Sterling from Philly was never in my plans, mostly because I had not considered anything past New York. I remember thinking to myself that…

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Study “Wild Mead” with Jereme Zimmerman

  Mead was believed by the ancients to be the drink of the gods. The School of the New American Farmstead at Sterling College is offering the course “Wild Mead:…

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