Come along to this free, family-friendly overnight campout at scenic Seal Rock Campground.
Wear original art apparel and support The Bronze Chapter
As The Bronze Chapter slowly grows and unfolds like a new flower blooming in the Spring, our community relationships are expanding and creating an even more verdant garden for our community to enjoy. We feel now is a good time to talk about how we relate with our community at large and how our community can relate with us. Our Community Relations Statement The Bronze Chapter (hereinafter “TBC”) collaborates and partners with several fantastic community groups, organizations, and sponsors (collectively known as Friends of The Bronze Chapter) to serve our BIPOC outdoor-loving community. These Friends are linked on our homepage. …
About Washington State’s Discover Pass
Digital artist Anastasia Pfenning partners with The Bronze Chapter to illustrate BIPOC outdoor history through art
Get on the water and experience the thrill of taking in the evening sky while sailing in Bellingham Bay.
Experience the mystery and magic of bioluminescence in Bellingham Bay. Bioluminescence is an amazing natural phenomenon in which an organism produces and emits light due to a chemical reaction where the chemical energy is converted into light energy.
Interpretive Ranger Kevin Lieske will be leading the hike, focusing on the spring wildflowers and the cataclysmic events that transformed the landscape of Central Washington.
On Thursday, March 31, 2022, Denice Rochelle (Founder and Director of The Bronze Chapter) and Ashleigh Shoecraft (Founder and Executive Director of Braided Seeds) facilitated a conversation about some of the barriers that communities of color face in their enjoyment of the outdoors and some potential solutions. This conversation was hosted by Diana Knight (Bellingham Outdoor Women Facebook group).
The 7 Principles of Leave No Trace provide an easily understood framework of minimum impact practices for anyone visiting the outdoors
Have you wanted to try bicycle camping but didn’t have anyone to go with or a safe-feeling opportunity to give it a try? This will be an easy introductory leave-no-one-behind ride with fun people so here’s your chance.
The America The Beautiful pass is our ticket to more than 2000 National Parks and Federal recreational lands.
Of all the fire mountains which like beacons, once blazed along the Pacific Coast, Mount Rainier is the noblest.
Bringing safe, fun, empowering, and healthful wilderness experiences to our BIPOC community
Wilderness First Aid Certification Class for our BIPOC community
What in the world would open up for you if you felt safe?
Camp at an historic marine site + experience a Ranger-led interpretive tour. Explore trails, watch birds, comb beaches, fly kites, identify plants and trees
This San Juan Island experience blends backpack camping on Cypress Island with a guided tour of Vendovi Island.
This San Juan Island experience blends backpack camping on Shaw Island with a private guided tour of Graham and Marylin Ellis Preserves
Join The Bronze Chapter August 5-8 as we celebrate our second annual epic melanated group campout at Daroga State Park on the shoreline of the Columbia River.
This 12-hour weekend class is for BIPOC needing a foundation of knowledge and skills for kayaking in nearshore waters in the lakes and bays of Washington.
UNO. Various decks. You gotta know the rules of each deck. And you gotta play your game. Every player for themselves. Serious duty at camp. What's YOUR favorite card?