Our 2016 route!

 
 
  • August 19-22,  Orientation at Johnston Wilderness Campus
  • August 22-28,  Methow Valley, WA public lands segment with Kent Woodruff
  • August 28-September 3,  Wallowa County, OR
  • September 3-4, Clearwater/Lochsa Rivers; Missoula, MT; Butte, MT
  • September 4-6, writing workshop with Todd Wilkinson near Bozeman, MT
  • September 7-9, canoe trip Upper Missouri River, MT
  • September 10, American Prairie Reserve near Lewistown, MT
  • September 10-13, Little Bighorn, WY; Pine Ridge Reservation, SD
  • September 14, coal mine tour near Gillette, WY
  • September 15-17, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson, WY
  • September 18, travel day to southern Utah
  • September 18-30 Ecology segment with Mary O'Brien, various locations in south-central UT from Monroe Mountain to Wasatch Plateau to Castle Valley
  • September 30, travel to Marble Canyon, AZ to Kane Ranch
  • October 1-9, Navajo and Hopi segment with Grand Canyon Trust's Roger Clark and Black Mesa native Adrian Herder
  • October 9, travel to Bluff, UT
  • October 10-16, writing workshop with Ann Walka and Brooke Williams
  • October 16, travel to northern NM near Espanola
  • October 17-19, writing workshop with Stanley Crawford
  • October 21, Ecology segment with Paul Arbetan, various locations in NM from Los Alamos to Carlsbad and in Big Bend area
  • October 31, travel to Big Bend area near Terlingua, TZ
  • November 1-3  Canoe Trip on Rio Grande
  • November 4  Visit with El Carmen Land and Conservation 
  • November 5-6, travel to Yuma, AZ
  • November 7-11, Lower Colorado River segment with Sonoran Institute in Sonora and Baja California, Mexico
  • November 11, return to US, travel to Imperial Valley
  • November 12-15, CA desert segment near Ivanpah and Shoshone CA
  • November 16-18, long drive home via I-5 in Central Valley, CA and US 97 through OR
  • November 18-December 2, final project podcast production work at Johnston Wilderness Campus outside Walla Walla, WA
  • November 29 and 30, public presentation of student "Epiphany" readings, 4pm in Maxey Auditorium, Whitman College Campus