Nicholas Farnum

Lead Program Staff Nicholas lives to explore this planet and learn about its beautiful diversity and connection. He loves learning about all life forms including animate and inanimate ones and how they are all linked together and supportive of each other in their cycles. He worked in horticultural therapy in Hawaii with Pacific Quest, a company that used a rites of passage and wilderness therapy model to help struggling young adults, was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mongolia for 2 years, and has worked as a camp counselor and mentor at Camp Mendocino, a Boys and Girls summer camp. He also has experience working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities through a local non-profit Pathpoint. Working with Wilderness Youth Project fills him with joy and hope for our future generations. He wishes you peace, happiness, and laughter!