Upcoming Workshops & Events

ONREP workshops are offered at NO cost to Oregon educators through external funding that covers all materials, fees, and instruction costs, unless otherwise noted. For more information about our workshops, including our cancellation policy, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions or Contact Us with your questions.  Workshops tailored to Outdoor School are indicated with 'ODS' in the title. Registration is required for all workshops. 

You can also peruse some of our previous workshops if you are interested in seeing what we have offered in the past.

Scheduled Workshops

Join us at the beautiful Oregon Garden in Silverton to delve into Project Learning Tree (PLT) and to experience and explore Nature Journaling. Participants will receive their own Project Learning Tree’s Explore Your Environment guide, Registration required.

June 28, 2024
Silverton, Oregon

Join us for a multi-day, overnight workshop at the Fish Lake Historic Site . We will explore the relationship between humans and fire through the centuries till today. Highlights include demonstrations, guest speakers, field trips, work sessions, and more! You will receive curriculum and resources, plus learn activities to share with your students.
Cost is $25.
This workshop is FULL. Please register for our waiting list and you will be contacted if a space becomes available.

July 31, 2024 to August 2, 2024
Fish Lake Remount Depot, McKenzie Bridge, OR

Join us for a day in Tillamook County where we will take a first-hand look at the interrelationship between pollinators and forest health. This interactive regional experience includes field trips, activities, complimentary lunch, and a Project WILD guide.

August 20, 2024
Tillamook, OR

Other Opportunities

4 Seasons of Indigenous Learning – A Personal Journey Towards Truth and Reconciliation (October 2024-May 2025) 

Beginning in the Fall, offered in partnership with over 50 non-profit organizations, this course serves to support participants in deepening their understanding of Indigenous knowledge and perspectives while strengthening connections with the local Land and supporting more respectful, reciprocal relationships.

Early Bird Registration closes June, 30 2024