Students are spending four days and three nights at that Isabella Freedman retreat center. They are grouped with students from other schools and together with a Teva educator spend time learning in the woods.They are hiking, rock-climbing, building fires, exploring fungus, and so many other activities. One favorite so far has been a game of predator and prey. The students are either hawks, snakes or mice and need to collect food, water and shelter tickets in order to survive. After all, there is no winning in nature, there is only survival. Fortunately for us , we are winners because we are having a wonderful time at Teva.