How to Build an Outdoor Classroom

The Augustana University Outdoor Classroom, designed by my Environmental Philosophy students.
Top tier: Black Hills slate on top of Black Hills limestone. Middle tier: Dakota Mahogany Granite. Bottom tier: Sioux Quartzite. The orchestra in the foreground is also Black Hills slate. Some of the stone is recycled paving stone, and some was deemed imperfect by the quarries.

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Professor of Philosophy, Classics, Religion, and Environmental Studies. Author of several books. Saunterer.

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