Thanks to all who made our Winter Holiday Open House such a stellar event! Special thanks to Ivan Yates for the bat ecology program and to Kat Gans, who catered our party. Visit the Open House Album. If you weren't able to attend, you can still share in the holiday spirit by donating to our Winter Appeal.
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Mid January through March, 2020
SFI-Instructed Watershed Programs on Mt. Ashland
SnowSchool is the nationally based program that connects local watershed science with winter outdoor activities for children from grade school to high school. SFI will offer SnowSchool in 4-hour segments mid-January through March. Need-based scholarships may be available. Teachers and parents can find out more by emailing our Youth Education Programs coordinator Angie Fuhrmann, firstname.lastname@example.org or by filling out a Field Trip Contact form.
SnowSchool Volunteers Needed!
We are looking for volunteers to help teach K-12 students about our local watershed while they strap on snowshoes, romp in the snow and study snow crystals at Mt. Ashland Ski Area. Volunteering dates available mid January through March.
Volunteer contact form.
Thank you to the Southern Oregon Education Service District and Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation for their generous grants providing local student scholarships during our Summer Youth Education Camps. Camp youth had a wonderful time exploring nature.