A hearty welcome!
This blog serves several purposes. First off, it includes some fun tidbits of information on outdoor activities.
For starters, here are a couple of articles. (More are found by selecting from the menu above):
- Lessons to Be Learned from the Outdoors
- A Dutch Oven Recipe: Garden Zucchini au Gratin
- Minimizing Liability Exposure in Recreation Programs
- Through the High Bitterroots: Mountain Biking the Lewis & Clark Trail
Secondly, this blog about the outdoor education major and minor that’s available at Idaho State University.
If you’re looking at colleges and are interested in the outdoors, you’ll want to take a look at Idaho State. We have a great major in outdoor education. But, even if you’re not interested in majoring in outdoor education, we also have an outdoor minor. The minor enables you to learn and take some fun classes in outdoor education, but at the same time, you’ll have the necessary time to pursue your chosen major in another field.
You’ll get top-notch instruction. Members of the Outdoor Education faculty at Idaho State University (ISU) are deeply involved in the outdoor community. A recent highlight includes the release of a revised and expanded version of Guide to Idaho Paddling. It is by Ron Watters and is a comprehensive guide to Idaho rivers which covers the state’s flatwater and easy whitewater river runs. In addition, Watters maintain the Idaho Paddler’s Website which includes updated info on Idaho rivers, high resolution map booklets, and detailed descriptions of paddle trips in the state – as well as the Guide to Outdoor Literature Website which includes best reading lists and reviews of outdoor books.
Stay tuned . . . more information coming!
Idaho State Outdoor Education main webpage is found here: ISU Outdoor Education
Subsidiary sites are found here: Google Sites | Facebook | Google + | AlterVista Website | eWeb | Hostinger
More Subsidiary sites: Google Web
Ron Watters’ website is found here: ronwatters.com
Outdoor Book Review website (including Guide to Outdoor Literature): Outdoor Book Reviews