DEEP Outdoors

Program Info


DEEP tries so hard with such a dedicated staff to promote and protect our natural surroundings...with a focus on the migratory fish poluations...but also on trails, wildlife, and forestry...this program tries to serve up the information that might help residents get more involved in our incredible natural surroundings.  From ways to help clean up...or fundraising...or citizen scientist requests...or a little history...we serve up the info we all need to we try and make sure future generations get to enjoy these assets too!

Latest Comments

People need to get as much sun as possible to strengthen their immune system. Hit the trails.

Rene Shockley - July 23, 2020

Farm raised Salmon is an ecological disaster waiting to happen. Thx for the info.

Barsha Miller - April 29, 2020

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