fbpx

Blog

4th Annual Lead the Way

A Fundraiser Celebrating Outdoor Leadership Friday, September 28, 2018 6:00 PM – 8:30 PM Farmer & the Seahorse Now in its fourth year, our annual LEAD THE WAY event celebrates the power of the outdoors to change the course of a life and the story of a community. Hear from young people whose lives will […]
Read More

7 essentials every San Diegan needs for summer

Summer should be spent outside. But packing for a day in the sun, sand or surf isn’t always a day at the beach.To help us gear up for summer, we asked Outdoor Outreach staff: What are the warm-weather essentials you won’t leave home without?Yoga PantsStephanie, Outdoor Outreach’s Program Operations Coordinator, is a fan of yoga […]
Read More

Mike Hervey: Hiking the Continental Divide Trail

Michael Hervey is an adventurer, endurance runner and assistant instructor at Outdoor Outreach. Last year, he hiked 3,050 miles from the border of Mexico to Canada on the Continental Divide Trail (CDT). When it was all said and done, he had been on the trail for 4 months and 8 days.We asked him a few […]
Read More

Outdoor Outreach Summer Podcast with Mike Hervey

This summer, we’ll explore the stories of Outdoor Outreach staff, volunteers and participants. They’ll share the experiences that inspired them, talk about how they overcame adversity and recount their great outdoor adventures. On this episode, our guest is Mike Hervey. His most recent adventure was thru-hiking the Continental Divide Trail, a journey over three thousand […]
Read More

Refugee from Burma finds home in San Diego

Outdoor Outreach helps support refugee and immigrant youth in San Diego by giving them support and employment opportunities. Miriam Pi said that that the first time she wanted San Diego to be her home was on a Kayaking Trip in Mission Bay. She says that Outdoor Outreach has allowed her to meet amazing and welcoming […]
Read More

Outdoor Voices: Vincent Shares His Story

What does exploration mean to you? For Vincent, the answer is simple: Find something you love, and Never Stop. Vincent’s journey to become an outdoor educator was not an easy one. Months after moving to San Diego, ten-year-old Vincent’s family found themselves homeless.  Then, he found Outdoor Outreach, and with it, people who helped him […]
Read More
1 2 3