On March 16, 2019, The Friends of Berkeley Tuolumne Camp partnered with the California Outdoor Engagement Coalition to bring 25 UC Cal students from Epsilon ETA, a professional environmental fraternity organization on campus, out to the forest near Yosemite National Park that had been burned down...
Look here for current and upcoming funding information shared by our partners. Photo by: Yosemite Leadership Program
Please help us welcome our newest members!
Check out the course and job opportunities from members including BAWT, UC Natural Reserve System, and Youth Outside. Photo By: Outdoor Covenings
We know the environmental movement can be better, especially for the rising generation of advocates, educators, and activists of color. Lack of diversity in the environmental sector is a serious issue, contributing to the perpetuation of an environmental discourse that centers colonialist thought and history, and excludes the invaluable voices, experiences, and knowledge of people of color. University faculty and coursework is no exception...
The Joy Trip Project podcast interviews the 18th Director of the National Park Service, Jon Jarvis.
Learn about upcoming events including a free day at the Redwoods, Emerging Leaders Program, and the 2018 LGBTQ Outdoor Summit! *Photo by George Roderick*
Check out the course and job opportunities from Thousand Pines, Outward Bound CA, Blue Sky Funders Forum, and more! *Photo by George Roderick*
Please help us welcome the newest individuals and organizations that have joined the Coalition in the months of July and August! *Photo by Santa Monica Youth Program*
Browse grants for transportation, health education, outdoor recreation, and more. **Photo from Merced 4-H Youth Development Program**