Outdoor Learning

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A woman and children reading an interpretive panel at Hells Canyon OverlookOutdoor learning  is one of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest's corner stones for it's recreation niche. Displaying the importance of natural features and the history of the people who have lived in this area, assists visitors in learning more about their National Forest and the uniquness of the Wallowa-Whitman National Forest. To make learning easy and fun, many forums are available to pick from. Throughout the Forest you can visit interpretation sites, outdoor education programs, visitor centers, district offices, and nature trails, or lean more about the Forest from our website, brochures, fand act sheets. Many of these learning opportunities focus on interpreting settlement patterns, the importance of Native American homelands, historical mining and timber harvesting, geologic, wildlife and botanical features across the Forest.