As a Recreation Resources Technician on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in Randle, Washington, my main job is to conduct dispersed campsite inventories. A dispersed campsite is basically anywhere that the national forests are that anyone can camp just about anywhere. The only problem with a large forest and camping anywhere is that the Forest...
Explore the Natural World.
Discover Your Connection.
Mt. Adams Institute provides programs that strengthen the connection between people and the natural world through education, service, career development & research.
VetsWork: Fire is a twelve-week career training program for military veterans interested in wildfire landscape management and firefighting.
VetsWork is an eleven month career development internship program for military veterans in the natural resources management, public lands, and environment sector.
Sense of Place
Sense of Place features speakers with unique knowledge of the Columbia River Gorge. These stories deepen our understanding and connection to nature and each other.
Land Stewards is a career development program for young adults, ages 21-30, interested in learning more about public lands and natural resources management.
Our Summer Camp is a place-based outdoor science education opportunity for youth curious about exploring and understanding the natural world.
Join us at Base Camp, our facility in Trout Lake, Washington, adjacent to the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
We’re looking for a new Land Stewards Coordinator. Find out more about our open position and the Land Stewards Program.
A longtime friend and his family were visiting us this week. I had been looking forward to this for years. The trip was originally foiled by Covid, but finally got back on the books for this summer. As August rolled around and the date approached, I started scheming on things to do, places to go, ways to wow my friends (and hopefully entice them...
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