An entry-level course designed for professionals working in significantly remote settings for days or weeks.
Wilderness Advanced First Aid is comprehensive medical training designed for remote professionals or wilderness leaders who venture into remote and challenging environments. Wilderness Medicine differs significantly from standard first aid courses and other training that are oriented toward urban environments. This course teaches how to manage medical emergencies when hospitals and rescue services may not be available for an extensive time period. We prepare students for emergency situations that involve prolonged patient care, severe environments, and improvised equipment.
Note: Upon submitting your registration you will be re-directed to PAY-PAL to finalize your registration and payment.*If you do not have a credit card available, please contact us at 541.426.8053 so we can set-up another method of payment.
Join Asotin and Wallowa Counties in their fight against noxious weeds! The annual weed tour will include presentations on some of the latest weed research and weed management techniques, as well as information and a tour focusing on the region's most noxious weed invaders. Lunch is provided. This weed tour is geared towards the public and weed managers.
Come learn field survey techniques and insect and disease identification methods. This workshop is for landowners and professionals who want to see different options for management when bark beetles, root disease, dwarf mistletoe, and other pests are present.
Register by June 12 at 541.963.1010 to plan for handouts and vans.
These workshops are designed for educators, children, college students, outdoor professionals, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, trail crews, hiking club members and others interested in Leave No Trace skills and ethics.
Participants receive introductory training in the skills and ethics of Leave No Trace. Workshop topics include the underlying concept of minimum impact recreation and the seven principles of Leave No Trace:
Plan Ahead and PrepareTravel and Camp on Durable SurfacesDispose of Waste ProperlyLeave What You FindMinimize Campfire ImpactsRespect WildlifeBe Considerate of Other Visitors
John Day is on its way to discovering energy savings and renewable energy opportunities. Join us and learn how to reap the rewards of local energy programs and projects. Download the workshop agenda here.
This workshop is being developed in collaboration with Grant County, City of John Day and GREAT Corp.
Agenda: 9 am – 3 pm• Coffee, Mayor Lundbom & Representative Bentz Welcome• Ecological & Economic Rationale for Biomass• Scales of Biomass Utilization• Lunch, table topics with speaker hosted discussions• Agricultural Energy & Water Savings• Next Steps
This workshop is brought to you byGrant County Economic DevelopmentGREAT Corp.Sustainable NorthwestLake County Resources InitiativeWallowa Resources
2017 HAWK Applications Due
2017 WREN Camping Trip
2017 WREN Backpacking Trip