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After 3 years of missing out on our in-person gathering, we were so excited to [...]
On February 18, Nyle Sockbeson, our Project Venture Team Lead, began his 4-6 month thru-hike [...]
To see the latest updates on the COVID-19 vaccinations, please visit the CDC’s COVID-19 Information [...]
Extreme Cold and Wind Chill Safety: The National Weather Service anticipates frost bite may occur [...]
Project Venture is an outdoor experiential education program for Indigenous middle-school youth. WPHW currently hosts [...]
“I've had the pleasure of working for this organization since 2018, the growth and impact has been incredible. I am so thankful for the opportunities that have come and the relationships that I have been built. One of the most meaningful opportunities was working with youth in outdoor experiential education and leadership development. I am looking forward at what's to come! ”
"It was great to be able to provide youth with books they like. Reading can be a way to escape reality, and with everything going on in the world right now, reading is a great outlet for our kids."
“My vision for our communities is to connect our elders and our youth. There are a lot of older people who have learned the language and have a wealth of knowledge. Trying to tap into how to connect with these elders to share the knowledge they have, this is something that has to happen across all ages.”