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It's Not Too Late!

From: Terrie
Sent on: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 8:23 PM

As stubborn as Winter has been this year, refusing to vacate our Sierra playground well into Spring, it's still time for your outdoor planning to get dialed in.

While you're thinking about where and how you'll explore outside this Summer(and who your lucky compadres will be), think about contributing to the health of our outdoor community by taking a Wilderness First Aid class.

With every new - and renewed - WFA certification, travel in the backcountry becomes safer for all of us, and the chances of a happy return after a wilderness emergency are greater.

Give yourself the peace of mind that comes with knowing you're prepared to respond when the unexpected happens. Check out this upcoming offering:

Play Safe,




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