First Five Minutes –
A Zoom Workshop

Description: In the backcountry what you do in the first five minutes matters. A lot. In fact, it could be the difference between life and death This class will give you an overview of what to do when mishap happens and the Golden Hour of care rests solely on your shoulders.

Book Discussion –

Description: This month we are reading Simon Winchester’s, Land. Whether meadow or mountainside, desert or peat bog, parkland or pasture, suburb or city – is central to our existence. It quite literally underlies and underpins everything. 

Winter BINGO – Finish Winter Strong

Date: ends March 20, 2021 at noon
Description: Print your BINGO card and begin playing. Step Outdoors is challenging folks to finish winter strong by learning something new, practicing your creativity and maybe, just maybe, being a bit less self-absorbed.

Per Person Price: Free

Book Discussion –
The Quiet Crisis

Description: Originally published in 1963, Stewart Udall left behind an environmental legacy.  Having served as secretary of the interior under both John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson, he was successful as both an institutional leader and making obvious issues that relate to the greater good. 

Book Discussion –
Billionaire Wilderness

Description: This is a controversial read – the first question you will be asked is if the author/researcher has an agenda. Probably, you won’t find any surprises within the pages, but no doubt the discussion will be a lively one.

Billionaire Wilderness looks at the exclusive world of the ultra-wealthy and shares how today’s richest people are using the natural environment – seemingly, to solve the existential dilemmas they face.

Book Discussion –
Coming into the Country

Description: An account of Alaska and Alaskans. Woven into the story is a rich tapestry of vivid characters, observed landscapes, and descriptive narrative, in three principal segments that deal, respectively, with a total wilderness, with urban Alaska, and with life in the remoteness of the bush.