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Youth Environmental Educators overcome pandemic year

Program participants are paid employees who provide hands-on activities at Blue Lake Regional Park in Fairview during the summer.

Tanya Kindrachuk | Apr 2021 | Impact story

Science videos help young Spanish speakers learn during COVID-19

The science videos came with activity kits that allowed students to follow along and remain academically engaged during the early months of the COVID pandemic.

Rodrigo Corona | Apr 2021 | Impact story

OSU Get Outdoors Day connects families to the natural world

The event connects youth to the outdoors and support the ideals of sustainability, fitness and nutrition while strengthening the ties between Extension and communities in the mid-Willamette valley.

Stephen Fitzgerald | Mar 2021 | Impact story

Sea Grant Extension helps create a plan to prevent marine debris

Oregon Sea Grant Extension hosted, planned and participated in two meetings in 2016 that aimed to create a plan to prevent and reduce marine debris in Oregon.

Tracy Crews, Jamie Doyle | Feb 2021 | Impact story

OSU research cruise hooks students on marine science

Oregon Sea Grant Extension and the Oregon Coast STEM Hub selected students and high-school teachers to join a three-day Oregon State University research cruise.

Tracy Crews | Feb 2021 | Impact story

The Outdoor School Experience - video

Southern Region Keynote Talks 2020

Nov 2020 | Video

The great Oregon squash bee hunt!

A marvelous new bee is in the process of spreading its range to Oregon - the squash bee. Learn about this fascinating bee and help us track its arrival to Oregon.

Miranda Jones | Nov 2020 | Article

New resource infuses Indigenous studies concepts into outdoor education

The free course is designed to surface some of the common assumptions and misinformation about Indigenous people and cultures, particularly as they relate to outdoor school in Oregon.

Chris Branam | Nov 19, 2020 | News story

4-H youth explore nature and learn a healthy activity in new hiking club

Youths in the fourth through sixth grades gained a better understanding of how to enjoy hiking safely, while at the same time they experienced a lifelong activity that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle

Chris Branam | Nov 18, 2020 | News story