Fishing isn't always about getting a bite. Even for sixth-graders. Bite into this Outdoor School story on the importance of fishing.
B. T. Wilson’s Outdoor Ed program for sixth graders helped these students find the confidence to serve their communities.
San Antonio teachers join the first Outdoor School cohort and commit to bring outdoor education back to their home campuses.
Childhood memories have turned into a lifelong passion for the new Outdoor School Director.
A pandemic forces cancellations for good health.
River stewardship means safe water for critters and neighbors.
Kids from Perez Elementary in Austin encounter themselves in the outdoors.
Outdoor experiences can provide children a proven antidote to today’s “epidemic of loneliness.”
For 40 years, the Texas Outdoor Education Association has gathered in the Frio River Canyon to enhance its mission.
With the help of Foundation scholarships, Bonham Academy lets the Frio River Canyon be their classroom during their first Outdoor School retreat.