THiNK OUTSiDE. The Blog.

Dream BiG! Be KiND! Adventure often! Resources to keep you THiNKing OUTSiDE all month long.

A NEW YEAR IS HERE!

With every new year comes the opportunity to reflect on the previous year and to identify things we are thankful for and things we may want to change moving forward.

Seeking OUTSiDER Stories

Seeking OUTSiDER Stories

At THiNK OUTSiDE, we aspire to live life unapologetically – to live a life full of meaning and joy and to do so proudly in our own unique way –

“Straight Fire!”

“Straight Fire!”

OUTSiDERS learn the basics of fire building and fire safety.

Happy Campers

Happy Campers

OUTSiDERS learn how to make a camping trip fun and enjoyable for the whole family.

Climate Change: What’s the Word?

Climate Change: What’s the Word?

Outsiders learn key terms associated with climate change

Getting Knotty with Climbing

Getting Knotty with Climbing

OUTSiDERS learn about knots, rock climbing, and overcoming anxiety.

Take a Hike: New Holiday Traditions

Take a Hike: New Holiday Traditions

OUTSiDERS explore fun ways to enjoy a hike with their families.

Gotcha! Animal Adoption and Your New Best Friend

Gotcha! Animal Adoption and Your New Best Friend

OUTSiDERS hear one dog's story of adoption, options for animal adoption, and how to help animals in need.

Wildfires: The West in Flames

Wildfires: The West in Flames

Climate change, forest management practices, and human development have caused an intense fire season in the West. Learn about fire safety and how to help.

Let’s Go Creeking!

Let’s have some fun outside together! Find a local stream and go creeking. Get your feet wet as you look for bugs, fish, rocks, plants, and animals in and around

OUTSiDER SPOTLiGHT – Sara Boyle

OUTSiDER SPOTLiGHT – Sara Boyle

Hi OUTSiDERS! I’m Sara Boyle and I’m excited to be the newest member of the THiNK OUTSiDE team. I am passionate about the outdoors, enjoying life’s adventures, living sustainably, and

We All Live in a Shed: A Watershed

We all live in a shed. Wait! What? It’s true, but not the type of shed where grandpa stores his tools. We all live in a watershed. So what is

OUTSiDERS Respect Nature

OUTSiDERS Respect Nature

Getting kids outside is extremely beneficial – for their health, for their confidence, and for building a love of nature. However, it is equally important that we teach our children