Education: ICNL as outdoor classroom

Environmental Sentinels (ENVS 120)

Builds local environmental knowledge through wilderness skills and awareness training. 

LAND USE AND MANAGEMENT (ENVS 331)

CONCEPTS AND THEORIES OF LAND SYSTEM SCIENCE ALONGside PRACTICAL MANAGEMENT SKILLS like PLANNING, MAPPING, AND TRAIL BUILDING.

FARMING THE FOREST (ENVS 350)

STUDENTS RUN A NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS BUSINESS SERVING CAMPUS AND LOCAL OUTLETS.  SOUTH HILL FOREST PRODUCTS INCLUDE MAPLE SYRUP, EDIBLE MUSHROOMS, hive products, wild herbals, carving. 

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE PURSUITS (RLST 151)

HISTORICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF OUTDOOR ADVENTURE.

FIELD BIOLOGY (BIOL 275)

5-HOUR weekly EXERCISEs teach field research DESIGN AND EXECUTion.  

ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS ANd TECHNIQUES (ANTH 305)

USES SPECIALLY DESIGNED SIMULATED EXCAVATION SITES.