Outdoor Wilderness Leadership Survival (OWLS) are school clubs at middle and high schools.
OWLS Environmental Service-Learning Framework promotes collaboration and input, giving youth a voice and a choice in activities such as:
· planning and participating in monthly Central Coast hikes at pristine beaches, oak covered mountains, or the Carrizo Plains, home to eagles and condors;
· attending weekend/week-long camps at local Camp Fire camps, State or National Parks
· participating in a week-long high Sierra backpacking trip;
· involvement in marine studies at Point Sal State Beach, Pismo State Dunes, Morro Bay Estuaries, or Cambria State Marine Park;
· planning a Leave-A-Legacy conservation project: identifying camp & community environmental needs; petitioning & advocating local environmental causes, tree plantings or trail-building
· exploring environmental careers and developing skills for roles in Camp Fire and other outdoor organizations.
Please click HERE to support OWLS. You can keep up with our fundraising progress by viewing the thermometer of donations on our website homepage.