Working and Learning with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy
September 17th, 2019
Mia, Lucille, and Ocean are working and learning with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy
Upper School students Ocean, Lucille, and Mia spent a recent Saturday (International Climbing Day) with the Rocky Mountain Conservancy and Access Fund doing trail maintenance and restoration, and conservation work on a climbing access trail to Lumpy Ridge. Lumpy is a popular crag in Rocky Mountain National Park that gets lots of visitors—therefore a lot of wear and tear. This day of service, called the Rocky Mountain Rendezvous, was an opportunity for three of our Compass students to get outside, get dirty, and learn and network with other conservationists while contributing to a place we all love. We are proud of our student’s work and learning in our community!