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Programming in the Outdoors



Juntos Afuera, Together Outside, is summer, outdoor programming with the goal of showing Latinx students that the outdoors is an inclusive space where they can learn about and celebrate Latinx identity and culture.

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Juntos Afuera in Tillamook

In Tillamook, Juntos Afuera is a 10-week outdoor camp for high school Latinx students to learn about and celebrate Latinx culture, while providing leadership development skills that grow an active group of Latinx explorers and stewards.

Activities Include:

  • Kayaking
  • Bird watching
  • Ziplining
  • Exploring Latinx identity
  • Learning about outdoor career opportunities from Latinx natural resources professionals
  • Sharing their experience with others, such as a recent presentation to the county commissioners
  • And more!

Learn More: Tillamook Juntos Afuera


Juntos Afuera in the Gorge

In Hood River and Wasco Counties, Juntos Afuera is being piloted for middle school students during the summer of 2022. The pilot will be a collaborative effort with a local social service agency to bring youth to experience and explore outdoor recreation, careers, and their own Latinx identities.

Reach out to learn more about Juntos Afuera in the Gorge!


Program Coordinators

We currently have three coordinators involved in Juntos Afuera in Tillamook, Wasco, and Hood River Counties. Reach out to learn more!

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Nat Macias (Se Habla Español)

Juntos Program Coordinator, Tillamook County
Cell: 209-535-6731

Megan Deane McKenna (Se Habla Español)

Open Campus and Juntos Coordinator, Tillamook County
Cell: 503.989.8446 | Office: 503.842.8222 ext 1870 megan.deanemckenna@oregonstate.edu 

Ann Harris

Open Campus Coordinator, Hood River and Wasco Counties
Cell: 541.386.3343 | Office: 541.296.5494

Andrea Flores-Reyna (Se Habla Español)

Juntos Coordinator, Hood River and Wasco Counties
Cell: 541-993-6470| Text: 541-583-4652

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