Photo - Arches National Park, Delicate Arch

"Because Everyone Should Benefit From The Outdoors"



Through Immersive Replicative Imagery and a riveting photo slideshow we bring the BENEFITS of the outdoors to those who can’t otherwise get to the outdoors and experience it for themselves. We don't take them to the outdoors, we bring the outdoors to them. Through our traveling Outdoors for Everyone Project programs, those in a hospital, senior home, inner city school, or wherever can experience the outdoors and benefit from our program’s therapeutic, inspirational, and educational nature. The programs are at your location and free.


A program consists of two parts: an exhibit of large, free-standing, as-if-you-were-there imagery, combined with a photo slideshow featuring interesting and informative storytelling focused on the many fascinating aspects of our National Parks and the outdoors.


First, we bring the outdoors to our audience through free-standing imagery that sometimes we simply refer to as "Big Awesome Photos!" These photos (often 5 feet X 9 feet or larger) allow the viewer the opportunity to feel as if they are actually present at that particular location. The wheelchair user, the convalesced, inner city school children, or program attendees anywhere who experience our photos are transported to that location and able to sense, for example, what it's like to look out over the rim of the Grand Canyon, gaze at an endless meadow of bison in Yellowstone, or hike deep into the backcountry of Glacier National Park.


Secondly, our slideshow presentation, through its exquisite photography and storytelling, brings to life the outdoors and our National Parks. Programs are designed to educate, enrich, and inspire ... and oh boy do they ever!



The outdoors and our National Parks, "America's Best Idea"

are unfortunately not for everyone.

With your help, we can change that.




"Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike." John Muir - Grandfather of the National Parks

Display Photo - Lake Sherburne, Glacier National Park

College Adult Education Program

Individuals with disabilities program.

Special Needs kids excited to experience a place they've never been.

Let's take a selfie!

Wow! Look at the detail!

Making memories.

92 year-old senior joyfully reminiscing

about when she was there.





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The Outdoors for Everyone Project is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

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