Where Can I Find Out the Top Ten Summer Adventures in Oregon?

Image courtesy of Zach Urness

Hear Author Zach Urness Highlight the Top Ten Summer Adventures in Oregon Tuesday, June 28, 2016

There are so many spectacular places to visit in Oregon that it can be a dizzying experience trying to plan an outdoor adventure or family vacation. In this presentation, local outdoor writer and author Zach Urness highlights ten of Oregon’s best summertime adventures. He will share photos, videos and practical tips for planning adventures close to home and across the state.

Event Title: Straub Environmental Lecture: Top Ten Summer Adventures
Presenters: Zach Urness
Day/Date: Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Time: 6:30-7:30pm
Location: Capitol Subaru
Address: 3235 Cherry Ave NE, Salem, OR 97301
Cost: FREE and open to the public
Contact: Catherine Alexander, Straub Environmental Center Executive Director
Phone: 503-391-4145
Email: Info@StraubEnvironmentalCenter.org
Website: www.StraubEnvironmentalCenter.org

About the Presenter
Zach Urness has been an outdoors reporter, photographer and videographer in Oregon for eight years. He’s currently the outdoors editor at the Statesman Journal and has written for a number of other publications, including USA Today, Seattle Times and the Oregonian. He is the author of the book Hiking Southern Oregon.

Urness covers the news of the outdoors—the environment, public lands and recreation—but has the most fun traveling to the state’s wildest places and reporting on adventures that involve roaring rivers, mountain peaks and remote trails. Zach’s favorite adventures, however, are any time he can bring his one-and-a-half-year-old daughter Lucy with him into the outdoors.

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About the Straub Environmental Center

The Straub Environmental Center (SEC) creates awareness and understanding of our relationship to the environment, working in partnership with our community. Our environmental education programs teach and motivate people to become active stewards of our environment.

SEC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes diversity and prohibits discrimination on the basis of age, color, creed, disability, gender identity, national/ethnic origin race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran/uniform status, and all other classifications protected by law.

SEC is not owned or operated by any government agency and is supported through grant funding, donations, sponsorships, and its programs. To learn more, visit StraubEnvironmentalCenter.org or call 503-391-4145.