High School Rogue River Rafting Excursion

This two-night, three-day excursion on the Rogue River is designed for high schoolers entering 9th – 12th grades who have an interest in hydrology, watershed science, and rafting. The Rogue River offers splashy rapids, quiet natural pools, lush canyons, and a variety of wildlife. As participants travel downriver from Robertson’s Bridge to Grave Creek, they … Read more

Middle School Rogue River Rafting Excursion

This two-night, three-day excursion on the Rogue River is designed for middle schoolers entering 6th– 8th grades who have an interest in hydrology, watershed science, and rafting. The Rogue River offers splashy rapids, quiet natural pools, lush canyons, and a variety of wildlife. As participants travel downriver from Robertson’s Bridge to Grave Creek, they move … Read more

Earthquakes, Floods and Drought – oh, my! – Postponed

This event has been postponed until Friday, May 15th What regional lake sediments can tell us about these hazards in the Klamath Mountains. Presented by Ann Morey Ross, researcher, Ph.D candidate at Oregon State University and founder of  Cascadia Paleo. Ann will report on her lakebed sediment research at Squaw Lakes in the Applegate Valley … Read more