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Fall 2006 Issue
    Cover Article
    Message from the Director
    Base Camp Campaign Enters the Homestretch
    Wild Side of Medicine: Lightweight First Aid Kits
    WMI at 2006 Primal Quest
    Issue Room: Light on the Western Horizon
    Creating a Climate for Change
    Internships at NOLS
    Diversity Matters: Q&A with Linda Lindsey and Flip Hagood
    A Tough Assignment: On the Fly in Patagonia
    Book Reviews
    Sailing with NOLS
    From Tent Groups to Yahoo! Groups
    (A)broad Perspective: NOLS Celebrates Diversity While Providing A Unifying Experience
    Recipe Box: The Delight
    Gear Room: The Top Five Items from the Past Ten Years
    No Need for First Impressions: Experience Says It All
    Branch Notes
    A Little NOLS Goes a Long Way
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Base Camp Campaign Enters the Homestretch
By Pip Coe

Completed in 2001, NOLS’ International Headquarters in Lander, Wyoming supports NOLS operations worldwide.
Photo: Brad Christensen

With only a month and a half left of the five-year International Base Camp Initiative, our largest capital campaign ever, NOLS is struck by the generosity of our friends. By giving to this campaign, you are giving to the community, quality and scope of NOLS that touches thousands of lives each year. Please help us close the remaining gap in donations in order to bring our campaign to a successful end.

To give to the NOLS International Base Camp Initiative contact our Development Office at (800) 332-4280. Or visit us at giving.nols.edu and indicate specifically that the donation be used towards the NOLS Base Camp.

COMMUNITY
“We have our new headquarters housing the in-town staff under one roof and the Noble sitting on Main Street. We have made a statement and are strong in the community. We care about the past and we will make a difference in the future.”
— Carolyn Rohlen, Member, Board of Trustees

QUALITY
“NOLS courses are world class, and I believe where the experience begins and ends matters. Students and instructors deserve a place for starting and finishing their expeditions that reflect the mission, the quality, and the lessons of the course.”
— Daryl Burtnett, Former NOLS Instructor

SCOPE
“In our busy, stressful lives, NOLS provides perspective and life lessons that are invaluable. Helping to support the campaign is one small way I can support NOLS in the continuation of its development as a strong, vibrant institution that has an impact far beyond the boundaries of a normal school.”
— David Forster, NOLS Grad

 

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