The 2017 Pacific Northwest Wilderness Stewardship Skills training is scheduled for June 9th - 11th and will be hosted on the Mt. Adams Institute campus in Trout Lake, WA.
The training offers participants an opportunity to choose one of five training modules; each module offers over two days of skills development and experience. Experienced Wilderness Rangers and Wilderness Stewards from all over the Pacific Northwest come to this event to instruct the modules. Sally Ferguson, executive director of the Selway Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation and Heather MacSlarrow, the executive director of the Society for Wilderness Stewardship will be co-hosting an evening presentation on Saturday (6/10).
Please complete the application form below and return it to: R6WildernessStewardship@fs.fed.us. Spaces available for this training are limited (maximum 30). Please apply by April 7th for priority registration. Due to space limitations not all who apply are guaranteed a spot. Applicant participation will be confirmed by April 14th.