The Fort Report: Connecting Fort Lewis College
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Four young women. Four stories about why they chose Fort Lewis College. 

FLC Counseling Center helps build a community of care

FLC is actively realizing its commitment to students' well-being through a recent, holistic integration of campus-wide services. Crucial to the success of this overhaul is the Counseling Center, which has undergone rapid expansion in the last 15 years.

Alumni make it big in the agritourism industry

FLC alumni Luke (Agricultural Business, ‘12) and Kristen Johnston (Business Administration, ‘15) bring one of America’s oldest autumn traditions back to the Four Corners: the corn maze. It’s not just some fall carnival, though—it’s a fully operational farm called Jack-a-Lope Acres. 
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That's hawksome

Staff from the Native American Agriculture Fund recently visited the Old Fort Farm at Hesperus, one of its grantees. The grant from NAAF supports Indigenous participants in the farmer-in-training program.
Through the FIT program, future agricultural leaders gain hands-on experience growing vegetables at high elevation. The program also provides a strong foundation for aspiring and beginning farmers through fieldwork, classes, and field trips.

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