Cascade WILDS

Cascade WILDS (Wilderness Immersion, Learning, Discovering, Surviving) is a nature awareness program for youth offered through Oregon State University Extension Service - Deschutes County 4-H. This program is designed to help participants connect with the natural environment through nature-based skills, lessons, challenges, games, and stories. The program is held entirely outdoors giving participants the opportunity to be totally immersed in nature for hours at a time. Youth get the chance to learn skills that have been passed down for generations in ways that are fun, empowering, and hands on. Participants are mentored in wilderness survival, tracking, awareness, and in other core routines through an approach that has come to be known as Coyote Mentoring.

New Dates for Summer 2017!

Redmond
6/29 - 6/30/17, 9am - 2pm
Cline Falls State Park
ages 7-11
Fees: $25 / youth / day

Bend
7/6-7/7/17, 9am - 2pm
Tumalo State Park
ages 7-11
Fees: $25 / youth / day

To register, complete registration form and return to the Deschutes County Extension Office with a check for $25 / youth / day made out to DC4-HA. *registration is first come, first served as space allows.



  





New Dates for 2017!

Redmond
6/29 - 6/30/17, 9am - 2pm
Cline Falls State Park
ages 7-11
Fees: $40 / youth / day


Bend
7/6-7/7/17, 9am - 2pm
Tumalo State Park
ages 7-11
Fees: $40 / youth / day