A few of our students from last year's Footprints class came out for a visit. #fotj2015
Here's an old tobacco barn across the train tracks from our campsite in Scottsville, VA. This building is one of the few structures remaining from the golden age of tobacco transport on the James. Time, floods, and progress have removed most of them. #fot
All of the rain this spring had made for a high water level with lots of sediment from upstream. #jamesbrown #fotj2016
Almost home. We're coming to the close of day 26 of 28 days in the field. The next few days will bring us home to Richmond and the transition back to life in the city. The students are finishing up journal entries and studying hard for the final exam on...
Back home in Richmond! 28 days later the class arrives at the same place from which they left, Ancarrows Landing in downtown Richmond. I'm proud to say that these students are among the happy few to know the James from Irongate to Jamestown, across nearly
As an experiential education class, a huge part of Footprints is teaching our students how to understand responsible stewardship of our natural resources. Here Kevin Langlois, our VCU Outdoor Adventure Coordinator, introduces the students to the seven pri