That's a good question, and you can see how campers worked together to make towers "happen" at the Ecolympics at the Center for the Environment Summit, a program for high school students across the nation hosted in Salisbury, NC.
OK. Let's Roll It Up Like This . . .
Hum. Now, How Do We Get Them Connected?
Take Your Time Girls. We've Got This.
Oh Yes! We Are So Rocking Our Newspaper Tower.
The best part about our game is that we had old newspapers which meant no cost or trash afterwards, because the papers went right to recycling.
A couple of years ago, Cathy Green and Dr. John Wear, the Center for the Environment’s director of operations and executive director, respectively, decided to go to a café in Durham, NC, after a long day of interviews. They were sipping on coffee when a familiar face approached them to say hello: Summit alumnus and then-Duke University student John Hare-Grogg. John attended the National Environmental Summit in 2011, its first year, at a time when he still wasn’t sure where he saw his career going. However, he knew he was passionate about environmental issues, so upon learning about this opportunity in his home state of North Carolina, he included it in his summer plans. “I wasn’t totally sure what to expect,” he says. “It seemed like a great opportunity to go to Salisbury and learn about environmental issues and environmental leadership strategies for a few days. As it turned out, that’s exactly what happened; I had a fantastic experience.” As part of the Summit, in which students are…