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He has worked for Oyase Community School since 2007 as well as offering his own Fox Walk Programs—both offered through Vermont Wilderness School.He loves huntin, tanning hides, crafting, tracking and wandering.Amy completed the four-year Apprenticeship Program with VWS in 2005, coordinated and co-facilitated a year of the Apprenticeship Program, and has been an Oyase staff lead instructor since the 2003-2004 program year.She has also been a lead instructor for Deep Wilds intro to wilderness survival overnight programs, and a camp director for Otter Day Camp and Earthfriend Discovery Day Camp.We are proud to have Hen of the Wood as part of our family.With world class cuisine and service in a casual but polished environment you will be impressed.
If you are looking for something delightful for the whole family to do, check out our Events Calendar and come have some fun with us!
Amy served as VWS’s Executive Director from 2009 to 2013.
Programs: First Aid Certification: SOLO Wilderness First Aid & AHA CPR Bob has always loved being outdoors.
He believes that every child and every adult, no matter their situation, should have the kind of opportunity his family has had.
Sam became the Executive Director of VWS at the beginning of 2015.As you approach the front of our building, you are welcomed by maple trees, picnic tables, Adirondack chairs and our signature rainbow-colored silo and timber frame style-building. We recommend planning to spend about an hour and 15 minutes on-site at The Vermont Teddy Bear Factory.