In the Greenfield Recorder (April 2017) by Andy Castillo, Recorder Staff
CONWAY — Wind whispered through white pine trunks in a glade not far from a clearing where Earthwork Programs’ campers built a tarp wind break in front of a smoking camp fire.
Seated on logs around the fire, a few others hammered knives into small branches — a technique called batoning — splitting them into smaller pieces, to be carved smooth and smoldered into coal-burned spoons.
“We made cool walking sticks, and we carved them ourselves” ~ A Wilderness Survival Vacation Program Participant
“There’s something so powerful about being able to develop a relationship with different plants…” ~ Frank Grindrod
During the Summer of 2014, Earthwork Programs Summer Camps were visited by a few local newspapers:
* Fran Ryan, Contributing Writer for the Daily Hampshire Gazette, published this article on August 6, 2014: Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary, Hitchcock Center, Earthwork Programs connect children and environment
* And together, Fran and Tom, published this article in the Recorder on August 30, 2014: Learning naturally: Nature programs take the classroom outside
In January 2010, The Republican talked with Frank about Emergency Survival and Self-Sufficiency Workshops
Channel abc40 (Springfield) visited At Home in the Woods 2009 and videotaped a day at camp.