SnowSchool sites are literally all over the map! You’ll find SnowSchool sites in national forests, at Nordic ski areas, regional parks, nature centers and preserves, colleges, universities, and in some of the nation’s most spectacular national parks. SnowSchool sites are run by professional educators, National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service rangers and interpreters, volunteers, interns and college students. SnowSchool sites are as diverse as the energetic, creative, and talented people who run their programs.
Winter Discovery (Tahoe XC and Sierra Watershed Education Partnerships), Tahoe City CA: Ashley Phillips, firstname.lastname@example.org
As teachers and students across the country prepare to head back to the classroom this month, we’re also getting ready for the next season of SnowSchool. We’re especially excited to bring a new and expanded version of SnowSchool to school districts like the Basin School District in rural Idaho.
We are hosting an inclusive gathering of colleagues, stakeholders and fellow activists to ask hard questions and talk solutions that will inspire and empower people to get involved in their public lands.
Winter Wildlands Alliance ambassador and professional photographer Jason Hummel has spent decades skiing and exploring Washington’s jagged, remote mountains. Over the years, his objectives have become more than just a single peak. Hummel’s adventuring is a means to understand the mountains around him. In Washington, there are 10 non-volcanic peaks that crest 9,000 feet or […]