Type: Event
Date Posted: Jun 10, 2018
Being an outdoor educator is not always sunshine and rainbows. Sometimes things don’t go as planned and the stories that emerge from these experiences are some of the most valuable teaching tools we have.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Apr 29, 2018
This well-researched, informal presentation looks at women adventures from the 1800s to the present. Learn about women you can use in your teaching and everyday conversation.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Dec 03, 2017
REI has just released "The Path Ahead" Report, a look at our future in the outdoors. Will be choose to embrace the outdoors as part of our daily lives or are we destined to become an 'indoor' species. Are we going to 'Artificial Reality' indoors or 'Real Reality' outdoors?
Type: Media
Date Posted: Aug 13, 2017
Juan D. Martinez is director for the Natural Leaders Network, an initiative of the Children & Nature Network. Has been named a National Geographic Emerging Explorer.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jun 25, 2017
This film gives us a short glimpse into the lives of three Montanans, all enriched by the clean and free-flowing nature of their local rivers.
Type: Article
Date Posted: Jun 25, 2017
by Kylie Skidmore  University of New Hampshire Graduate Student Social Work and Outdoor Education Dual Degree
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jul 16, 2016
Why do we go to the mountains? There are reasons that reach beyond the climb, past the descent, and are far more important than the summit.
Type: Document
Date Posted: Nov 08, 2014
This is an excellent article by Dr.
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Jul 29, 2011
GREENFIRE
Type: Blog
Date Posted: Apr 11, 2011
A recent Australian study shows teenagers exposed to outdoor education programs develop real life skills that give them a huge advantage over others as they transition into adult life.The study, commissioned by Cranbrook School in Sydney, is the first to follow a group of students who attend four