|OHA offers a variety of workshops for youth in the North Okanogan of North Central Washington State. If you are a teacher or youth activities coordinator interested in involving your students in a free workshop, please review our list of workshops you can choose from.
If you would like to be placed on a list of interested organizations to be considered for educational services, please fill out an interest form.
These workshops were first launched in May 2011 and are generally offered in the spring and fall.
Students are also actively involved in OHA's Triple Creek Restoration Project. Read more
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Students play a running game that demonstrates the role of habitat in supporting animal species. The game also depicts the natural ebb and flow of population demographics in the wild.
During their week of outdoor education at Lost Lake, these 6th grade students participated in one of OHA's wetland workshops, which included songs about habitat, wetlands, and animal adaptations.