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Preserving Horizons Update

The next big hurdle for this project is to secure support from the town of Wilton. On March 13, Wilton residents will gather for Town Meeting at Florence Rideout Elementary School where they will vote on warrant articles and other town matters.

If you are a Wilton resident, your presence at this meeting and support for Warrant Article 13 is vital. A vote for Warrant Article 13, which would raise $80,000 towards the cost of the conservation easements on the 160 acres, is a vote for conserving prime forest and farmland. This land is home to high quality soil, diverse wildlife habitats, Souhegan…

Posted by Kurt Schmidlein on Thursday February 27 at 09:08PM
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February Model UN Conference

On February 15, High Mowing School hosted a Model United Nations Conference. High Mowing students were joined by peers from Alvirne High School and Monadnock Waldorf School to debate one of the more difficult geopolitical issues of the 21st century: China’s Claims in the South China Sea and the islands in dispute between China and Japan.

This conference was a gathering of the UN Security Council, one of the UN’s six principal bodies. The Security Council is tasked with maintaining international peace and security. To prepare for such a complicated topic, the students start researching weeks…

Posted by Kurt Schmidlein on Thursday February 27
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The Eagle is Back!

eagle paintingThe eagle is back! Last year at exactly this time, I was witness to a baldheaded eagle ravaging our hen house. And now one year later, he has returned, observed from the main building’s third floor windows, circling the High Mowing fields in all his glory, perhaps looking for the chickens. For me, the return of the eagle (coincidently, on the anniversary of my father’s birth) has personal significance related to my father’s death three years ago. My beloved father, a Native American Cree, was on his death bed surrounded by family in our summer retreat cabin on a lagoon by the Eagle River in …

Posted by Rea Gill in From the Executive Director on Friday January 31 at 10:32AM
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Frye Field: Matching Challenge and New Website!

autumn view from High Mowing CampusThis blog post first ran on our new website for the Frye Field Conservation project — www.fryefield.highmowing.org.

Today we are proud to announce the launch of our Preserving Horizons: The Conservation of Frye Field website. This website was created to spread the word about our project to purchase and conserve 105 acres of farm and forestland adjacent to High Mowing School. On this site you will find an explanation of the project, an introduction to our partners, a history of the land, and pictures of the view that this project seeks to preserve.

It is High Mowing’s goal to purchase and …

Posted by HMS in High Mowing Happenings on Friday January 31
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Stories from the Fire

In the early morning of January 18, 1970, much of High Mowing School burned to the ground. But the stories from the aftermath of the fire, as remembered by Mrs. Emmet in From Farm to School, do not only paint a picture of loss. There are also many stories of hope and resilience from that night, and more still from the days and months that followed. Here are just a few.

The Lamb

Mrs. Emmet and many of the students gathered across campus in the home of Frank Waterman, a faculty member at the time. As the old houses and the connecting strip of barn continued to burn, those gathered waited for …

Posted by Kurt Schmidlein on Tuesday January 21 at 04:13PM
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