Did you know that Super Nature Adventures has a longtime partnership with the non-profit organization, Friends of the Columbia Gorge? Since the summer of 2018, we’ve been working with them in a variety of capacities.
We’ve worked with them to host kid-centered group hikes at Bridal Veil Falls and Steigerwald Lake National Refuge. We’ve done family activities at their member events. And we donate a dollar of every sale from our Steigerwald Lake Family Trail Packet and our Bridal Veil Falls Family Trail Packet to the organization.
Why Friends of the Columbia Gorge?
The Friends of the Columbia Gorge is an organization that came on our radar after the Eagle Creek wildfire in 2017. Like so many of us living in Pacific Northwest, we were shocked and saddened when we heard the news of the wildfire and were seeking out ways to be useful in the recovery efforts (see our blog post from that time about talking to kids about wildfires).
Hello there! We are very excited to announce the launch of a new blog post series all about Super Nature Heroes.
Who are Super Nature Heroes?
Why...all those amazing people who protect the outdoors & enrich our understanding of nature...of course!
Super Nature Heroes come in all kinds of different forms.
They include volunteers and parks employees. Artists, scientists, writers.
Everyday people who share and show their love of the outdoors.
They are the administrators and volunteer coordinators, the rangers and firefighters, the bridge builders and custodians that make it possible for you to enjoy public parks. And so much more!
Bryna R. Campbell