Regional STEM Businesses
Regional STEM Businesses
This catalog includes STEM businesses available to give tours, appear as a guest speaker, have internships, and many more activities for students and educators. Click the business name below to view more details and contact information. If you have a business or company involved in the STEM field and would like to be a part of this catalog, please visit our Career Connections page to sign up.
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge
36391 Sodhouse Lane, Princeton, OR 97721
Follow directions to Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Headquarters.
Main office phone: 541-493-2612
Main person of contact:
Peter Pearsall, Executive Director
Areas of expertise: Birds, desert wildlife, Great Basin ecology, conservation, and National Wildlife Refuge System
Email: email@example.com (preferred way of contact)
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge (Friends of MNWR) was formed in 1999 and is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation committed to:
- Conserving, enhancing, and restoring fish and wildlife habitat and cultural history in the Harney Basin in southeast Oregon through the support of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge staff and programs.
- Assisting the Refuge in providing wildlife-dependent educational and recreational opportunities while enhancing public knowledge and appreciation of the Refuge mission.
- Advocating for support of the Refuge and the National Wildlife Refuge System.
Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge provides the following for pre K – 6th grade, middle school, high school, and college students:
- Fall, Spring, and Summer Field Trip or Tour
- Fall, Spring, and Summer Guest Speaker
- Online Guest Speaker
At Headquarters, students can see a variety of wildlife through the seasons: birds, insects, deer, rodents, coyotes and more. They can visit the Friends of Malheur Refuge Nature Store, which features interpretive panels, educational merchandise and knowledgeable staff. Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge can accompany 30 – 40 people in a tour. Before a tour can begin, the refuge asks that the proper clothing be worn as you will be walking in the desert. Please make sure to wear and bring:
- Closed-toe shoes.
- Layers if it is cold.
- Sunscreen and hats if it is warm.
- Snacks and plenty of water.
- Binoculars are optional but highly recommended.
For more information about Friends of Malheur National Wildlife Refuge, click here.
Natural Resource Management
Field Trip or Tour, Guest Speaker, Guest Speaker (Online)
pre K - 3rd grade, 4th - 6th grade, Middle school, High school, College