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Boil On The Bayou – 2019 We are excited about this year’s Boil On The Bayou scheduled for Saturday, April 6th beginning at 6:00 pm. This year the party will be held at Fickling Farm, just one mile up Rivoli Drive from Woodfield’s campus. This year’s proceeds will go to support Woodfield’s campus landscaping project.…
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Don’t feed ducks bread because ducks and other aquatic birds need a balanced diet. Ducks can get angel wing when they don’t eat nutritional food. Angel wing makes a duck unable to fly. Then the duck dies. If you feed the ducks, feed them thawed peas or corn kernels. ~ Wyatt, Kaleb and Liam from…
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Underneath all the facade of modernity, as we peel away the layers of fashion, technology and advertising, we are still genetically identical to our ancestors of pre-agricultural humanity. We are hard-wired for a life in the outdoors. But whether you believe in evolution or a literal 7 day creation, humanity still has the same beginning:…
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Community is the state of ongoing give and take, or interdependence, existing among individuals organized for a greater good. It is when and where those individuals possess a measure of mutual responsibility as well as a sense of belonging. A safe space, whether bounded by ideal or geography, for all members to honor self-expression in…
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Nature-smart schools are few and far between, and for some, they are unheard of. Woodfield, located in Macon, is the first to stake this claim in Middle Georgia. For many years, Woodfield has been developing and becoming nature-smart by lessons learned from our students. They continue to show us what is needed; what works and…
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