Immerse Yourself in the Study of
Combine interdisciplinary coursework,
field learning, small classes, and
community engagement to earn a
Minor in Wilderness Studies in
just over one semester.
"Wilderness and Civilization has done more to equip me for “real world” conservation than any regular class could have. I have learned more about myself, my community, and the land around me in one year than I had previously in my lifetime.”
Wilderness and Civilization is an inspiring and demanding campus- and field-based academic program. Each year, a small group of students from around the country explore the human-nature relationship and wilderness issues in this semester-plus program. Coursework is interdisciplinary, and the program combines the strengths of classroom and field learning, small class size, dedicated faculty, and internship experience. more>>
Aerie Backcountry Medicine:
In 2013, Aerie expanded its highly-regarded Semester in Wilderness Medicine, offering a new Summer Semester in addition to their Spring Program! more>>
Based in Missoula, Montana, Aerie provides wilderness and rural medical training and first aid supplies to over 2,500 students a year throughout the United States, Mexico, Central America, Africa and India. Wilderness EMT and First Responder Courses: see 2012-2013 schedule
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO SEPTEMBER 17!
Calling All Shutter bugs!
Wilderness50, in partnership with Nature's Best Photography and the Smithsonian Institution, annouces the opening of this summer's "Wilderness Forever" public photography contest. Winning images will be part of a 2014 exhibition in the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act.
For more information
visit the Wilderness50 website.