Spring has SPRUNG!, and SOLE is buzzing with excitement. Check out what we have been up to and what happened this past winter, and some of what is in store for the 2015 SOLE spring season in the episode of SOLE Sojourns Spring 2015 – Vol. 1 – SOLE’s eNewsletter.
It’s that time of year, buds are bursting and songbirds are doing their thing! As such, Selkirk Outdoor Leadership & Education (SOLE) is very excited to announce that we will be bringing intentional place-based experiential education to educators and youth leaders through our NEW Stewardship Experience SM program on the Clark Fork Delta and beyond! To do so, we will be collaborating with Idaho Fish and Game, the University of Idaho, and other agencies and organizations to coordinate, design, and facilitate novel hands-on, boots-on-the-ground programming in this diverse wild landscape! These unique programming opportunities will foster the ability for 4th – 12th grade youth to develop sound academic connections, an affinity for our natural world, and a sense of belonging – SOLE’s primary goals and objectives for this program.
All curricula will be linked to the current mitigation effort and the diverse ecosystems which exist on the Clark Fork Delta and other locales. There students will be able to explore and learn through our Stewardship Experience SM experiential curricula related to flora and fauna, water quality monitoring, and service-learning. When registering for Stewardship Experience SM with SOLE, clients can choose one specific programming element of this SOLE Experience SM or a rich interdisciplinary program like The Confluence Project. Whatever you desire we will strive to meet your needs!
Learn more about this intentional place-based experiential education program by going here. If you are ready to register look at our schedule here to see what dates are already booked and/or click on the “Register Now” button below to get started!