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Love Your Work and it Becomes Play

Love Your Work and it Becomes Play

By on Oct 27, 2016 in OM Sanctuary Blog | 0 comments

While the carbon footprint project continues to develop and expand in scope, this week’s blog post is aimed at highlighting some of the hospitality and extra-curricular activities Evan has been able to experience as an intern at OM Sanctuary. Hey everyone, This past week has been very productive in terms of project development and networking including a follow-up...

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Celebrating Conservation at OMS

Celebrating Conservation at OMS

By on Oct 15, 2016 in OM Sanctuary Blog | 0 comments

OM Sanctuary is happy to announce continued stewardship of 42 acres of local growth forest! Last year, with the help of the Southern Appalachian Highlands Conservancy, we officially put the majority of the 54 acre OM Sanctuary property into conservation easement, which protects this area from development in perpetuity. Additionally, the conservation offsets the...

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Conservation Allows for a Breath of Fresh Air

Conservation Allows for a Breath of Fresh Air

By on Oct 12, 2016 in OM Sanctuary Blog | 0 comments

This week Evan discusses some of what he has discovered about the easement and the process of conservation. Effective environmental stewardship presents many challenges and overcoming these allows the benefits of natural ecosystem services to be felt far and wide. Greetings everyone! The second week of my project is geared towards research and exploring some of the...

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Retreatant Reflections

Retreatant Reflections

By on Oct 8, 2016 in OM Sanctuary Blog | 0 comments

Recently we asked past retreatants to tell us more about how OM Sanctuary has supported their personal growth through our mission to inspire healthy lifestyle practices through holistic education and connection with nature. Understanding how stress impacts physical health and mood, our retreat focuses diligently on creating a peaceful environment to assist you in...

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“Helping Hands and Healing Lands”

“Helping Hands and Healing Lands”

By on Oct 4, 2016 in OM Sanctuary Blog | 0 comments

OM Sanctuary is excited to introduce our new Sustainability Intern, Evan Novell. He will be with us for six weeks from the University of South Florida, helping us further our Holistic Management Plan started in 2014 by intern Rachel Newcomb from William Smith College in Geneva, NY. In our quest to be better stewards for the planet, Evan will be helping to educate...

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