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Wyss Campus to open its doors

By Casey Adams on 10/31/12 1:02 AM

Located along
the Little Popo Agie River that flows through the largely federally protected
Red Canyon near Lander, Wyo. is the new NOLS Wyss Wilderness Medicine Campus,
dedicated Oct. 12. This week, the campus will welcome its first Wilderness EMT
students.

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Lending a Hand in Our Southwest Community

By NOLS Southwest staff on 4/19/11 4:10 AM


On Thursday April 14th branch staff at NOLS Southwest spent the day volunteering for Habitat for Humanity Tucson. As the morning sun rose over Reddington Pass ten eager staff piled into a van and drove to the build site in west Tucson where they met Mark the building site manager. He gave a little background info on the Tucson branch of Habitat, then handed out paint brushes and put the staff to work.

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Topics: NOLS, Behind the Scenes, humanity, Southwest, paint, staff, volunteer, NOLS Southwest, habitat