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Happy New Year! We're excited to get things rolling into 2022. This year brings exciting opportunities to get outside and explore the monument with MSHI, stellar education programs, and more of the quality content you've come to expect from Rumblings.
As we look back on 2021, we're thinking about all the important work MSHI volunteers did this year supporting visitors, caring for the land, and keeping everyone safe. Last year, 233 volunteers served over 8,000 hours with MSHI and engaged with over 25,000 visitors!
Live virtual field trips are underway at Mount St. Helens. These science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) courses take youth on an exciting and educational trip to our favorite volcano. These courses offer many options to suit the specific needs of your class. Busy teachers can run the course as is, but those looking to customize the experience can do so. These courses scale from a classroom environment to small teams, to individuals. How will your students explore Mount St. Helens this year? The choice is yours.
Join our experienced guides and get up close and personal with one of the fastest-growing glaciers in the United States, head to the summit of Mount St. Helens, or join us for our most popular trip as we head into the crater!
The Mount St. Helens Institute is excited to welcome Dave Wheeler as our new Outdoor Programs Manager. Dave's wealth of experience and passion for the outdoors makes us lucky to have him on board. Be sure to say hi if you see him on the mountain.
Views and Brews will return in the spring of 2022 and continue online. We're in the process of lining up exciting speakers, and can't wait to share more details when they become available! Do you know someone who would make a great speaker? Let us know!
Mount St. Helens Institute operates under a special use permit from the US Forest Service and is honored to work on the Traditional Cultural Property, ancestral and present-day lands of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and the Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation.
Mount St. Helens Institute is an equal opportunity provider.