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April 13th, 2018

  • Image preview 5:00pm: Backpack Cathrine Creek
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/9/2018
    Visit the dry, eastern part of the Columbia Gorge at Catherine Creek. If you are up for a somewhat strenuous climb uphill, you will be rewarded with wildflowers, views of the Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood, and a secluded campsite. Poison oak, ticks, and rattle snakes can be common in April, but well worth the risk to explore this beautiful area! You will leave early Saturday morning and return Sunday in time for dinner.
    until April 14

April 14th, 2018

  • Image preview All Day: Backpack Cathrine Creek
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/9/2018
    Visit the dry, eastern part of the Columbia Gorge at Catherine Creek. If you are up for a somewhat strenuous climb uphill, you will be rewarded with wildflowers, views of the Columbia river gorge and Mt. Hood, and a secluded campsite. Poison oak, ticks, and rattle snakes can be common in April, but well worth the risk to explore this beautiful area! You will leave early Saturday morning and return Sunday in time for dinner.
  • Image preview All Day: Edible Plants, Ethnobotany, & Waterfalls Day Trip
    Trip Sign Up Begins: 3/9/2018
    Spring on the sunny, dry side of the Columbia Gorge is amazing.  Learn to identify, as well as taste, some of the edible plants of the eastern part of the Columbia Gorge.  Learn about Native American uses of plants and trees.  Not only that, but learn about some of the poisonous plants you would want to avoid if you’re “wild foraging”!

April 20th, 2018

April 21st, 2018

  • Image preview All Day: Hike with Prof. Jolina
    Trip sign-up begins: Friday, March 16

    Join psychology professor Jolina Ruckert for a hike to discuss the human relationship with nature, and the psychology of why we go outside. We plan to go to Laurelhurt park in SE as well as a hike in the Gorge where we will be talking about the outdoor appeal, as well as the various degrees of authenticity through which humans interact with nature. We will be going to two separate locations to compare how we interact with nature in different settings.

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