Lagom LandingNestled in 60 acres of the Finger Lakes region of New York, Lagom Landing is a place for 18-25 year olds to explore their gifts, learn hands on carpentry, plumbing, gardening, and cooking skills, discern their future, foster their independence while nurturing their understanding of interdependence. Mentors (a life-long builder and PC(USA) minister) live on site with students, but students cook the majority of their meals, grow and source their own food, and participate in a structured program five days/week.  In addition to hands-on skills, students create an internship in their areas of interest, read and discuss books, have a daily time of worship, go on field trips learning from both historical and current social justice leaders in the region, work on organic farms, make and market maple syrup, and critique and debate issues of our society and culture in a community setting.  Students learn to save and budget their money, and better embrace their physical body through exercise and healthy eating. The wider goal of a year at Lagom Landing is for students to discover what it is that gives them life, and to build a life rule around that continually-unfolding discovery. More information is available at