For 30 years, North Cascades Institute has successfully fostered lifelong lessons and deep connections through powerful place-based learning experiences. Together, we are connecting the next generation to nature, inspiring and empowering future conservation leaders and creating ripple effects that impact families, schools, communities and our whole region. Your generosity makes this possible.

Thank you for making a gift to bring transformative educational experiences to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

“Keeping people of all ages and experiences closely connected with real, living nature in the out of doors is some of the most important work in the world today. I can honestly say that no one carries out this work better.”  - Robert Michael Pyle

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Thanks for creating powerful, place-based learning experiences for all in the next 30 years with your generous donation today!

Saul Weisberg: Executive Director

big_quotation_mark.pngWhatever your connection to North Cascades Institute over the last 30 years, you are an integral part of our community – helping people of all ages and backgrounds experience, understand and fall more in love with the natural world. Thank you!

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Mountain School in Seattle Times


In a three-day mountain camp experience, imbue in school children a visceral connection with this special place — the thumping, mountainous heart of Northwest wilderness. Make its magic real to them at a micro level, in the hope that some of them will feel the pull to return as powerfully as a salmon headed home to spawn... "
- Seattle Times
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