Utilizing stories and photographs of personal experiences conducting research and guiding scientists and recreationists, the presentation will journey across both the Arctic and Antarctic. With an emphasis on climate research, firsthand experiences will provide a platform for discussing science, adventure and exploration in high latitudes.

Mountainside Institute is proud to present it’s Seminar Series. These casual but highly informative gatherings are facilitating understanding and action toward healthy living and sustainable communities in our area. One of the underlying concepts we hope to address is integrated problem-solving. Issues are complex and holistic approaches have the potential to be more interesting and effective. Though the world may be full of specialists, collaboration is where many solutions lie.

Please join us for Adventure Geography and the NonTraditional Scientist — Tuesday, October 22nd, 5:30 – 7pm at the WorkFarm In Victor, Idaho. This event is presented by Forrest McCarthy, Researcher PHD Student at University Alaska, Fairbanks.


10 S. Main St.,

Suite 160

Victor, ID 83455