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From the Kanuga Produce Garden to Yours: Tips for Happy Gardening
Clint DeWitt, Environmental Projects Manager Gardening is an incredibly rewarding way to spend your extra time at home, stay active, and reap the benefits of home-grown produce. From a five-gallon bucket container garden to a tilled patch in the backyard, here are a few tips on kitchen gardening straight from Kanuga’s own Foster Educational Garden:...
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Planting Roots for the Future: Sustainability at Kanuga
As one of Kanuga’s core values, the principle of sustainability guides decisions, projects, and work around campus. Ultimately, our goal is to treasure God’s gift of land and resources while preserving our legacy for future generations. Embracing Change to Live More Sustainably As we look back at 2019, we celebrate our progress of living more...
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Camp Bob Reaches Out to Serve Local Youth
For years, Camp Bob has served youth throughout the Southeast by providing an enriching summer camp experience. This year, camp will begin a new tradition by providing two separate week-long sessions to Western North Carolina youth. Making a Difference at Home “Camp Bob has been serving kids from across the Southeast for a very long...
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New Hawaii Expedition Dates Added to Camp Kanuga
Camp Kanuga has always felt like paradise to campers young and old. Now, Camp Kanuga offers a true taste of tropical paradise with a special Hawaii Expedition for 2019. Available to campers ages 15-18 years old, the program allows youth to experience personal growth while giving back to the community. Adventure and Volunteer Opportunities in...
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