The Woods Project - 4:30
Natalie Hausman Weiss, Executive Director
Posted Feb 20, 2018
The Woods Project (TWP) provides low-income high school students with transformative, experiential learning opportunities in the outdoors. Beginning in 2006 with 11 students in Yosemite, TWP now serves nearly 700 students each year. TWP offers students the kind of access to outdoor spaces and recreational activities that are more common among their higher-income peers. Students leave TWP programming with the life and leadership skills needed for success. For More Information, please visit:
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