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Trout Lake, Wash. (Oct. 3, 2021) — Mt. Adams Institute (MAI) received a $75,000 grant from the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust for facility construction and renovation on MAI’s campus.
After spending the past ten years as the Executive Director of the Mt. Adams Institute (MAI), I have decided to step away from the organization.. . . AND that’s a good thing! Let me tell you why.
Mt. Adams Institute (MAI) is recruiting a new executive director. Current leader, Brendan Norman, announced his resignation effective May 1, 2022. Norman, along with MAI’s founding board of directors, created the organization in 2011.
I realized pretty quickly after graduating from the University of Missouri – Columbia that an office job just wasn’t going to do it for me.
Greetings, welcome to the concise memoir of Patrick Ford, an AmeriCorps intern at the Andrew Pickens Ranger District (AP).
This summer I truly feel like I’m the lucky one – I get to go to camp all summer long!
The WREN office is located in the West Eugene Wetlands and a large part of our curriculum focuses on wetland ecology.
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.” (Thoreau, 1854)
Howdy! In late May, I packed up nearly all of my belongings and traveled 2,200 miles to the Pacific Northwest.
Growing up, the seven Leave No Trace principles, accompanied with mnemonic gestures, were instilled in me as a set of reminders to guide my behavior both in and out-of-doors.
Our Outreach Coordinator had a chance to chat with Amanda Williams, Public Outreach Specialist on the Chugach National Forest in Alaska.
My reflections of the last twelve weeks of the Mount Adams Institute (MAI) VetsWork Green Corps Program are that hard work can be fun with a good attitude and a few friends to share it with.
During these past 12 weeks regained and sharpened the skills I need to become a successful wildland fire fighter.
Congratulations to former Public Lands Stewards (PLS) Intern Robyn Reeder! She is the new Biotechnician at Conboy Lake National Wildlife Refuge. Our Outreach Coordinator Trevor was lucky enough to sit down and talk with Robyn about her new position and how PLS helped her achieve her goals.