I feel that our National forests and other natural areas are very important for the well-being of the plants and animals that live in them as well as the people who visit them. Continue Reading…
What we’re looking for:
- Presenters with expertise on a topic related to the cultural, natural, or political history of the Columbia River Gorge.
- Skilled public speakers who enjoy sharing their knowledge and have the ability to present in a way consistent with the Sense of Place format.
- Availability to present via webinar or podcast*.
What we offer:
- Event marketing to 4,000 e-newsletter subscribers and via social media, local newspapers and partners in Oregon and Washington.
- Book sales facilitated by a local bookshop (optional).
- A chance to be a part of a popular and meaningful lecture series with a loyal audience.
- A digital recording of your presentation will be shared/archived online via the Sense of Place website.
- Honorarium of $100
*PLEASE NOTE: We are updating our lecture format in response to ongoing restrictions around large in-person gatherings due to COVID-19. Our recent audience survey showed overwhelming support for continuing Sense of Place in some form during the pandemic. As a result, Season 11 will likely be conducted largely online or in podcast form. There are benefits and drawbacks to this temporary shift, but Sense of Place has been an invaluable way to gather, wonder, and learn about our common ground and the SOP Team is committed to working with our speakers and supporters to continue these lectures in 2020-21. We appreciate your flexibility and interest in being a part of this special season.
Deadline for applications is August 7, 2020.
Mt. Adams Institute (MAI) will do better. . .
For too long, it’s been easy to disassociate environmental and conservation focused work from the social justice and equity issues that plague our country. And yet access to the outdoors and public lands (and all of their related benefits) is too often a privilege instead of a right that is accessible to all. Continue Reading…
Given the format change, we have reduced the price from $325 to $90 per camp; and added 1 additional sibling per family free of charge! We anticipate that camps will fill to capacity and recommend that you sign up sooner than later. Continue Reading…
Mt. Adams Institute has received $1,119,904 in AmeriCorps funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency responsible for AmeriCorps and other national service programs. Continue Reading…
Below are some important updates for Cascade Mountain School summer camps. First, the million dollar question . . .will summer camp happen this year?
In these ever changing times, we unfortunately cannot provide a definitive answer just yet, BUT we can tell you how we plan to proceed: Continue Reading…
Tell us about your your journey to where you are now…
Hello! I grew up as the third of six kids with my mom and dad in a little farm town in central Illinois. At age 11, my family moved to a suburb of Detroit, Michigan. Continue Reading…
Mt. Adams Institute programs are expanding and so is our staff! We are currently hiring three positions:
- Human Resources/Recruitment Director
- Program Coordinator: VetsWork
- Program Coordinator: Public Lands Stewards & VetsWork GreenCorps
Please check out our employment page for position descriptions and application information.
Mt. Adams Institute is excited to announce that it will receive $1,119,904 in AmeriCorps funding annually for the next three years from the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the federal agency responsible for AmeriCorps and other national service programs. Continue Reading…
Mt. Adams Institute is accepting applications for the position of Administrative Assistant through April 19, 2019. See the following link for position description and details: