Another great year at EcoCamp!

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By Alisa McGowan The ERC just completed two spectacular weeks of our summer EcoCamps in the Pioneer Mountains. EcoCamps are designed to bring – and keep – our children outdoors, learning, exploring, and reveling in the natural world. Campers gain the confidence, skills, and tools to become stewards of the environment while developing a passion and appreciation for science! The … Read More

Alisa McGowanAnother great year at EcoCamp!

Youth Education: Summer Collaborative Programs

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By Alisa McGowan School is out, the bright sun is shining, and summer camps are in full swing. The ERC has been busy collaborating with local camps and youth groups during their summer programs. Thus far, the ERC has provided programming during Higher Ground camps, The Hunger Coalition’s Lunch in the Park and Bloom programs and the I Have a … Read More

Alisa McGowanYouth Education: Summer Collaborative Programs

ERC is Hiring Summer Positions

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By Alisa McGowan The Environmental Resource Center (ERC) is looking for enthusiastic and team-oriented individuals to join our team during the summer months. We are looking to fill internships and camp counselor positions. The opportunity to combine positions to create a full-time ERC summer is a potential for the right candidate! Our summer positions are a unique opportunity to be … Read More

Alisa McGowanERC is Hiring Summer Positions

Youth Education: Register now for EcoCamp 2017

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By Alisa McGowan This summer, the ERC will once again offer two week-long overnight EcoCamps at Idaho Basecamp in the heart of the Pioneer Mountains. Week one, July 17-21, 2017, is the Environmental Outdoor Adventure EcoCamp: Exploring Wild Places for rising 5th-6th graders. This camp is full of adventure and creative explorations and includes an overnight camping trip. Week two, … Read More

Alisa McGowanYouth Education: Register now for EcoCamp 2017

Falconry experts visited Ketchum on Tuesday

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By Alisa McGowan Did you know that Philippine Eagles are the only birds of prey with blue eyes, require over 10,000 acres of land per mating pair, are larger than bald eagles and are critically endangered (only about 300 individuals remain!)? Tuesday evening, the ERC and The Community Library hosted Cordi and Joe Atkinson of the non-profit “Philippine Eagle ‘Forest … Read More

Hadley DeBreeFalconry experts visited Ketchum on Tuesday