Wild On Wilderness (WOW) is a sub-committee of our conservation program. WOW is dedicated to brining permanent protection to important roadless areas in the Umpqua National Forest.
Crater Lake National Park Light Chasers: Nature Photography Field Trip
With Photographer Rob Mutch, September 4-5, 2013
Every location and subject has it's own unique lighting conditions and the caldera of former Mount Mazama is special indeed! Through on-the-ground experience this introductory field trip will teach you how to photograph in this challenging ecosystem. In addition to exposure and lighting you will learn logistics, equipment, technique, composition, and natural history as we move from the park's lower Ponderosa pine/Lodgepole pine forest into the higher reaches of sub-alpine Whitebark pine forest.
To take advantage of this field workshop, you can join either Umpqua Watersheds, Inc or Oregon Wild at the $175 level. If already a member, a donation to our organizations would provide you with this very special bonus. The maximum limit for the workshop is twelve people. The minimum number is three.
Overnight Stay: Lost Creek Campground
Date: September 4th - 5th.
To become a member and register go to www.umpquawatersheds.org or call the Umpqua Watersheds Office at 541-672-7065 to register and become a member.
All proceeds will go to the Crater Lake Wilderness Campaign.
Carpooling is a great way to expend less carbon, consolidate on camping sites and get to know your fellow workshop attendees. Lost Creek Campground is first-come, first-serve and no reservation is necessary.
Once you sign up, we’ll be in contact about where the Meet–Up Site will be closest to you.
For further information, call
Umpqua Watersheds 541-672-7065 or
Oregon Wild 503- 283-6343 x202
Umpqua Watersheds is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization