Make it a Meadow

Within the past few decades, the concept of replacing lawn with meadow caught wind among landscape designers across the country. However, despite its ecological and artistic potential, the “meadow” has acquired a similar reputation to that of the “rain garden,” […]

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Join Us for Student Presentations on February 23

Student Project Presentations Friday, February 23, 9am – 5pm Mill 180, Suite 211, Easthampton, MA Please RSVP Below This winter term, Conway’s Class of 2018 is working on planning projects in towns across Massachusetts. Student teams will present recommendations grounded in GIS analysis […]

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Information Session: January 27, 2018

On Saturday, January 27, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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Thank You, Conway Campus

A late afternoon autumn sun filtered through the papery yellow and brown leaves of the trees atop the hill at 332 South Deerfield Road as Campus Manager Dave Weber removed the last of the school’s possessions from the building. The […]

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Information Session: October 21, 2017

On Saturday, October 21, the Conway School will offer an information session for prospective students and other guests interested in learning more about the school. We will have presentations and Q&A with faculty, staff, alumni, and students from 10am-12pm, and then […]

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Food Systems Thinking

Conway’s small size and combination of full time faculty and part-time faculty working in the field allows the school to integrate new topics into the curriculum. For example, over the course of the past ten years the school has added food system plans to […]

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What We’re Reading

How do we prepare incoming students with very different areas of expertise for their year at Conway? Conway School students vary in background and educational and work experience. Before Conway, students might have worked in horticultural sales, community organizing, engineering, journalism, […]

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