The springboard of our trip to Mt. Misery was the belief that environmental education was important. This education involved learning the interaction between multiple phenomena in the environment including: "geography, climate, plants (flora), and animals (fauna)." As 11 and 12 year old students from Sharp school, Cherry Hill, we hit the soft soil of the pristine pinelands eager to explore. We went through bogs, toured the forest at night, and played games. What a great trip!
Save the Pines was very fun we did lots of obstacles and we tried not to get too many casulteis. At lunch again was very good. Pine Barrens Ecology was wet + fun. We went into the cedar swamp, and we did lots tests.