The long-awaited adventure of Jungle camp is upon us! For months, we Emanate students have been hearing comments about the upcoming Jungle camp practicum from staff and students, yet we really knew very little […]
What happens to Emanate’s Jungle Camp houses after the students and families move out? Eventually, they get torn down – with many of the materials reused the following year. Cedar, as it […]
Before Jungle Camp begins, students will be taught basics of “off grid living” such as: solar power hook ups and how to charge batteries from it, the creating and usage of clay stoves (where […]
For the last three weeks, Emanate students have been living in a lush maple grove in small houses made of cedar poles, plastic, twine, and duct tape.
Living “off the grid” is new for most […]
The students at Emanate have two weeks to build their houses. That daunting task is compounded by the fact that the men’s building weeks are interrupted by a three-day backpacking trip along the Bruce […]
How quickly can we get these posts in the ground? Who knew building a clay oven could take so long?
Emanate students have begun work on our Jungle Camp homes. The days are long, with […]