Courses

Revisit or learn for the first time the basic techniques you need to enjoy golf as recreation and sport. Solidify the essentials of set up, grip, posture and alignment.


April 18-20, 2022, RIVERS
April 18, 2022 to May 2, 2022, RIVERS
April 19, 2022 to May 3, 2022, RIVERS
April 25-27, 2022, RIVERS
May 9-23, 2022, RIVERS
May 9-11, 2022, RIVERS
May 10-24, 2022, RIVERS
This course is designed to introduce the student to the various factors that contribute to avalanche hazard including terrain, weather, snowpack, and the human component. Avalanche safety equipment such as transceivers, probes and shovels are also presented, with instruction on how to use each of these critical pieces of safety gear.


January 4-22, 2022, MAZ 0207
February 22, 2022 to March 12, 2022, MAZ 0207
This course is designed to build on the skills developed in an Avalanche Level I course. Students must have completed an Avalanche Level I or Level I Refresher course within the past five years.


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If you're just getting started with birdwatching, look no further! In this class you'll learn what sort of equipment might be helpful, safe and ethical bird feeding, some common backyard birds to look for, and other useful tips and resources.


This course contains no sessions at this time.
Basic Wilderness Life Support is a wilderness first responder course appropriate for those who spend a lot of time in remote locations (professionally or recreationally).


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Birds are some of the easiest wildlife to observe, even in urban areas. Whether you are a backyard bird watcher or a more adventurous bird watcher, this is a great course to get you started.


Tuesday, February 1, 2022, ONLINE ZOOM
If you are a golfer looking to lower your score by improving your short game, this class is for you. Develop your putting, chipping and pitching. Gain an understanding about which shot to use in various situations during a round.


April 18, 2022 to May 2, 2022, RIVERS
April 19, 2022 to May 3, 2022, RIVERS
May 9-23, 2022, RIVERS
May 31, 2022 to June 14, 2022, RIVERS
Learn the basics of bicycle maintenance and repair in this comprehensive two-day course designed for the beginner. Students will be able to go home after the first day and practice their skills, and return to ask specific questions. This hands-on course will take the mystery out of maintaining your bicycle and provide skills necessary to keep your bicycle running smoothly. All tools and bicycles will be provided by the instructor.


April 30, 2022 to May 1, 2022, RTEC 123
Explore a variety of snowshoe trails in beautiful Central Oregon with experienced guide Damian Fagan as he shares his knowledge of winter ecology. This is an intermediate level snowshoeing course; snowshoe trails will vary in length from 4-7 miles, moderate physical fitness is required.


February 7-21, 2022, Bend Off-Campus
Snowshoeing offers an exciting opportunity to enjoy the beautiful outdoors with minimal technical skill. Students will learn about appropriate gear as well as how to safely navigate snowshoe trails. Course includes two field sessions providing an opportunity for students to take advantage of early snow conditions and explore Central Oregon's winter ecology. Snowshoe trails will vary in length from 3-5 miles, reasonable physical fitness necessary but no snowshoeing experience required.


This course contains no sessions at this time.
Learn the basics of dehydration and techniques to improve the meals you pack for your adventures. This course is great for anyone curious about creating meals for the trail, whether you already own a dehydrator or not, and is suitable for people with dietary restrictions who want to improve their options. The cost of the course includes The Dehydrator Cookbook for Outdoor Adventures written by the instructor.


February 8-15, 2022, ONLINE ZOOM
The dry side of Oregon offers incredible opportunities to learn about the animals, plants, and other beings that have adapted to living there. Learn how geology, hydrology, and climate come together to create a unique set of challenges and resources for living beings on the east side of the Cascade range.


Monday, February 28, 2022, ONLINE ZOOM