What are the essentials to have a fun, safe and responsible hike in the backcountry? Certain equipment deserves space in every pack. Join local hiking enthusiast and naturalist, Karen Hickerson, and SJMA’s Director of Visitor Information, Priscilla Sherman, who will be presenting for local gear shop, Durango Outdoor Exchange, to learn hiking essentials as well as how to explore without leaving a trace.
This is part two of a two part Spring Seminar Series. Visit our calendar to keep up with updates on the additional discussions.
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SJMA was created in 1988 to assist the San Juan National Forest in providing education and interpretation of public lands in Southwest Colorado. SJMA has a participating agreement with the San Juan National Forest and the Bureau of Land Management Tres Rios Field Office to develop educational programs, publications and volunteer projects, as well as provide interpretive services.