New Hampshire: Sustainable Living Intensive

Clayton Walton
Clayton WaltonInstructor
Clayton L. Walton has spent the last 19 years designing student development initiatives that challenge participants to intentionally engage their college experience. As the Executive Director of Globally Engaged Experiential Learning and Assistant Professor in the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Clayton promotes a holistic student development philosophy that informs the design and implementation of his coursework, study away programs and co-curricular initiatives.

During this unique program, students will travel to Marlow, New Hampshire, for immersion in sustainable living at the Kroka Village. Nestled in the beautiful backdrop of the New Hampshire landscape, students will engage in a working farm where the food is grown by the work of many hands and homes are built from natural materials. At Kroka, learning comes alive as students are challenged to engage the landscape while learning to become community-engaged citizens and stewards of the environment.


Marlow, New Hampshire

Program Dates

August 21 – 30, 2023 (Tentative)

Who Can Participate

  • Rutgers undergraduate students who have:
    • completed 12+ credits
    • related coursework
    • approval from the faculty director as well as their advisor
  • Rutgers graduate students

Related Areas of Study

  • Social Work
  • Sustainable Living
  • Community Engagement

Important Note: This is not a complete list. We value diverse perspectives in our programs and encourage students from all majors and professions for participate. All program applicants are encouraged to meet with their academic advisor to determine if and how this course may be applied towards their program requirements and degree completion.

Course Code:

Students self-register in Webreg and choose the following course:

  • TBD


  • 500$

Pre-Departure Resources:

Kroka Expeditions.