Adventure Learning Camps

All the ways to get involved with Adventure Learning

Our Funders:

  • Members · $4,635
  • Susan L. Kem Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation · $4,015
  • L.C.Y.A.C. · $2,500
  • The Giving Circle · $1,000
  • United Way of Latah County · $250
  • Deary Recreation District · $340
  • Shelley Bennett · 1 month free rent
  • Auto Lab · $500 in van work
  • City of Moscow · $750
  • Mardi Gras Foundation of Moscow · $200
  • Tri-State · $200
  • Paradise Creek Bicycles · $65
  • Clif Bar · 1,400 Z Bars

Our Members:


  • Larry Bailey and Auto Lab
  • Myra Hermann
  • The Werner Family
  • Donal Wilkinson



  • Meredith Arksey
  • The Cheeseman Family
  • The Irvin Family
  • The Moore Family
  • The Nebelseieck-Johnson Family
  • Elise Ngo


  • Sue Allard
  • Mike Bauerlein
  • The Beiser Family
  • Donna Bradberry
  • The Buehler Family
  • The Gardner Family
  • The Garrett Family
  • Mary Jo Hamilton
  • The Irons Family
  • The Jager Family
  • The Jennings Family
  • Matt Kitterman
  • The Lawrence Family
  • The Leong Family
  • Neil and Evelyn Palmer
  • The Schillberg-Smith Family
  • The Schmidt Family
  • The Sullivan Family
  • The Yaeger Family


  • Jim Hoar
  • Mark Winstein

Senior / Student:

  • The Smith Family · lifetime

There are many ways you can become a part of Adventure Learning. To start off, the best way is to join us on some of our trips. You’ll get the opportunity to see first-hand what we do and how we are working to give an experience of your higher self that can only come from participating in Nature. Take a look at where we’re going.

We can always use more hands. Volunteer and help us make progress on our myriad projects and keep up with all the ongoing tasks that running an organization always requires. If you agree with what we’re about and want to help support the vision and goals of Adventure Learning, but perhaps don’t have time to volunteer, please become a member.

We’re still growing and need to fill key roles, such as positions on our Board of Directors. We could always use dedicated individuals to help guide and support our operations. See which seats are open.

An excellent way to support Adventure Learning is by backing our Scholarship program. Donating to our scholarship fund not only helps us, it provides an opportunity for those who otherwise might never have the means to participate in our trips to get outdoors and experience the world and themselves in a new way, broadening their perspective, independence, and self-reliance. It helps reach out to bring everyone along for the ride.

Don’t forget to check out our wish-list, too! You just might have some extra “junk” lying around that we could put to good use.

Member Highlight

John Pool of Moscow became a lifetime member of Adventure Learning before we even had a membership form. Most recently he took us to Office Depot and donated over $600 of office supplies. He is recently retired from the Moscow Public Library. Anyone who saw John working with children at the library knows how much he cares about their future. He raised two daughters in Moscow and feels that what Adventure Learning offers is very important for our community.