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The second earthquake in Nepal has continued the devastation in one of the poorest countries in the world. We encourage all of our readers to support the international relief efforts in Nepal.

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How do I make my Program Better?

We’ve got an answer. Write for OutdoorEd.com. One of the very best ways to improve your program is to document your program: the operations, curriculum, and training tips that you use every day, but never take the time to write down. Write it up and submit it as an article, document, video or blog on OutdoorEd. The process of documenting your program will pay off in improved operations, more efficient staff training and it will help someone else make their program better. If you are a student or faculty member in an outdoor-related field, then OutdoorEd is a great place to publish your papers and research to get it out to the broadest number of people.

I’ve been publishing on the Web for the past twenty years. Every article I've ever written, every protocol I've shared has helped make my program better and has helped other programs as well.

- Rick Curtis

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OutdoorEd.com has the largest directory of outdoor and experiential education programs on the Web including schools, camps, training providers, therapeutic programs, corporate training and development, team building, and outdoor education schools and centers. If you are searching for a outdoor education provider go to our Company Search page.

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Current Job Postings

Check out the latest Job Postings on OutdoorEd

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Logistics Coordinator Christodora's Manice Education Center
  • Northeast US
Special Events Coordinator YMCA Camp Chingachgook - Outdoor Center
  • Mid-Atlantic US
Hiking & Canoeing Trip Leader Camp Tapawingo
  • Northeast US
Ropes Course Manager Camp Tapawingo
  • Northeast US
Waterfront Specialist YMCA Camp Chingachgook - Outdoor Center
  • Mid-Atlantic US

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Featured Law Center Case

A Club climbing wall employee and client arrange a “side deal” and ignore the Club’s posted rules regarding use of the wall. Following the client’s injury, who is responsible? 

Price: $25.00

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Take the Epinephrine Legal Survey

Help Create Better Epinephrine Laws

Learn about this key issue and help Build Better Epinephrine Laws by participating in our Online Survey - Epinephrine Use & Legal Issues for Outdoor Programs. We'll post the results on OutdoorEd.com as a follow up to our article.

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Featured Article

Epinephrine, it’s one of outdoor education’s ‘unspoken secrets.’ Something you don't like to talk about outside your program, lest you raise red flags about how your program operates. And that applies both to programs that carry epinephrine, perhaps against state law, and programs that don’t carry... Read more

Featured Blog

Author: Paul Auerbach
by Paul Auerbach, M.D. reposted with permission from the Medicine for the Outdoors Blog   The journal Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, published by the Wilderness Medical Society, always has a number of very interesting articles of significance to the layperson outdoor medicine enthusiast... Read more

Upcoming Events

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Dates: Wed, Oct 14, 2015 - Fri, Oct 16, 2015
City: Portland
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Dates: Wed, Nov 18, 2015 - Sun, Nov 22, 2015
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State/Province: MI
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Sufferfest: 700 Miles of Pain and Glory - Nat Geo Live

Sufferfest: 700 Miles of Pain and Glory

In the harsh desert of the American Southwest, famed climbers Alex Honnold and Cedar Wright summited 45 rock towers, biked 700 miles, and pushed their bodies to the limits, all in the name of an adventure they aptly dubbed "Sufferfest."

Watch the Full Movie "Sufferfest 2"
https://vimeo.com/ondemand/sufferfest2

How to Make your Outdoor Program Better?

Those of us who work in outdoor education know the challenge of convincing others of the value of what we do. That's the reason we built OutdoorEd.com. As an industry we need to do a better job of sharing information. You know the old saying "a rising tide lifts all boats." All of you out there that use OutdoorEd.com, you are the tide and if you share your content on OutdoorEd, it will certainly lift all of us up. Outdoor Education isn't just about teaching our clients, it's also about us continuing to learn as a profession. That means each of us as a staying up to date with our field in order for our industry to remain vibrant, professional and safe. You can be a part of that, as a contributor and as a reader. Now it's time to do your part. Share.

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