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Special Announcements:


"Saving Our Forests"

Winner for 2012
Best
Environmental
Short

CGIFF Winner Columbia Gorge
International
Film Festival


To watch the video
"Saving Our Forests"
click here

Hi-Def DVDs are also now available

Please contact us if you'd like a copy to show your organization!



Recreation

“The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” - John Muir

Webster’s defines Recreation in this way:
“to create anew, restore, refresh;
a refreshment of strength and spirit after work.”

Getting out and enjoying our Ponderosa pine forests is good for the mind, body and spirit, as well as the economy.

1. Good for the mind. Outdoor recreation has psychological benefits, including the reduction of stress; improved self-esteem, confidence and creativity; spiritual growth; and an increased sense of exhilaration, adventure and challenge from life.

2. Good for the body. Getting outside provides physical benefits, such as aerobic, cardiovascular and muscular fitness, as well as improved functioning of the immune system.

3. Even better for your social life. The great outdoors afford social benefits like bonding with like-minded people who enjoy outdoor activities and feeling an increased pride in your community and nation.

4. Good for the economy. Outdoor recreation pays off with economic benefits too: People who regularly participate in outdoor recreation tend to be more productive at work. Outdoor recreation creates job opportunities for others, which leads to economic growth. And the preservation of the natural areas needed for outdoor recreation increases property values.

5. Great for the great outdoors. Outdoor recreation provides environmental benefits, including increased environmental awareness. Concern that results from outdoor recreation can lead to increased involvement in environmental issues. About the only common characteristic that all outdoor recreation resources share is their dependence on land and water resources.

So go experience our Ponderosa pine forests first hand

You’ll be helping the forests and helping yourself