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Guest post submitted by Circuitree Each year, you and your capable camp staff run activities, manage cabins, and oversee a group of rambunctious and excited campers. By the time the program ends, you all become a true community. However, it’s not always guaranteed that you can depend on the same ...
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This recall only involves Giro Merit helmets manufactured prior to January 2023. The recalled Giro Merit helmet can be identified by the model’s name “Merit” on the rear/side of the helmet. It can also be identified by the inner helmet sticker which has the model’s name “Merit” written on it and ...
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Start Date: October 18, 2023
End Date: October 20, 2023
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End Date: November 4, 2023
The Outdoor Professional Conference strives to empower participant facing outdoor recreation and education providers and facilitators by: expanding collaboration between the outdoor industry and outdoor recreation and education offering high quality educational opportunities building and strengthening professional skills and knowledge broadening networking opportunities educating on advocacy and public policy efforts within the industry amplifying the value and...
Start Date: November 2, 2023
End Date: November 5, 2023
We can’t wait to see you all in Madison, Wisconsin for our 51st Annual International Conference! We’ll gather together at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. We acknowledge and honor that we will gather on the stolen ancestral land of the Ho-Chunk peoples. What makes the AEE Conference Unique? Experiential Education includes an extensively broad range of professionals, students and learners. The...
Join us for the 51st Annual Association for Experiential Education Conference
November 2-5, 2023 | Madison, WI USASponsored by the Association for Experiential Education
Explore professional trainings from providers around the world!
October 20, 2023
The “Cold Card” is a concise, easy-to-use decision aid that can be carried in the field by wilderness search and rescue teams or medical responders to advise on assessment and care of cold-exposed patients. It is available for free download and unlimited use for education or in-field instruction by any individual or group. The card should be printed on heavy, waterproof stock (13×18 cm) for use in all weather conditions.For more information, see the 2018 WEM article “Cold Card” to...