History-Philosophy

by Justin Ellis “We are on the level with all the rest of God’s creatures. We are not better for […] Read more

by Mellisa Watson Project Stewardship offers a way for young people to get involved in becoming effective participants in their […] Read more

This two-page flyer contains brief descriptions of all of The Children’s Sangha’s programs and consulting services for children, young adults, […] Read more

Plan ahead for Fall 2019! View our Young Adult Programs & Services Flyer and our Programs & Services “Quicklist” to […] Read more

by Justin Ellis “The foundation of every state is the education of its youth.” -Anonymous EARLY HISTORY OF EDUCATION Education […] Read more

We welcome schools and community organizations to Start Your Own School Garden and Reconnect Nature’s Child! Contact us for DETAILS! […] Read more

Learn about our Project Stewardship program for young adults. CLICK HERE for our Project Stewardship FLYER. Please SHARE THE FLYER […] Read more

Connecting again with the writing of Ralph Waldo Emerson continues to be transformative. I recall when first starting my B.A. […] Read more

The Children’s Sangha philosophy or “Different Abilities Development Model” is based on the fact that there is diversity in nature, […] Read more

The Stevens House was built in 1923 (although foundation construction began as early as 1917) by Charles Stevens, a man […] Read more

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson