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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 students and teachers let the Frio River Canyon be their classroom during their first Outdoor School retreat.
Outdoor School hosted 16 schools, serving a total of 1,608 students this year.
Follow the Outdoor School staff through a typical week in the Canyon.
You can’t properly tell the story of outdoor education in the Canyon—or in the state of Texas—without talking about Irma Lewis, a P.E. teacher from Seguin.
Outdoor School, our youngest program in the Canyon, has hit its stride. 2017 was an exciting season of change and growth, with new faces, new facilities, and new offerings.
Dan Roloff has witnessed tremendous transformation in the organization since the 1980s. The quintessential oral historian of the Canyon’s best tales, “Ramblin’ Dan,” as he was sometimes known around the Canyon, retired on March 28.