These trips are designed to help educate and instruct researchers and enthusiasts on how to be more effective, and better prepared to conduct research here in the Pacific Northwest.
Along with presentations from our guest speakers, there will also be (6) classes including, track casting, infield audio recording, wilderness survival, backpack preparedness, DNA evidence gathering and protocol and proper evidence documentation.
Guests will gain a wealth of knowledge from a trip with the Olympic Project.
Camping will be on site and guests can bring their own equipment or we can provide what is needed for a modest fee.
Come join us, and we will give you the tools to be more effective, and more prepared to conduct thorough, more complete investigations and field research.
Expedition Equipment List
Shelter (i.e. Tent)
Backpack or daypack.
Food for duration (stove/campfire is available)
4 Days of clothes (check weather forcast)
Comfortable footwear (for hiking)