Adele Harrison Middle School brought 132 seventh graders and 15 adults to Camp Cazadero for a four-day outdoor education program run by Web Of Life School, or WOLF School.

“We enjoyed exploring nature and hiking and learning about the interdependence of all living things,” said seventh grade science teacher and outdoor ed coordinator Suzie Silverman.

Highlights included visiting an area of the creek called “newt city” because of its large population of red-bellied newts.

After all meals, each table gathered any uneaten food – a naturalist weighed it and graphed it in an ongoing lesson called “Garbology.”

By the final breakfast, the group of 150 wasted less than one pound of leftover food.