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Southern Exposure Fim Festival

One World Adventure Company is very excited to announce the opportunity to view a showing of the Southern Environmental Law Center’s Southern Exposure Film Series. The film project is a fellowship program created to raise awareness about Alabama’s rich natural resources — and timely information about the most important environmental issues facing them today. When: […]

February 3, 2014 0
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Summer Employment Opportunities

Are you a fun and energetic person who is looking to work with children this summer? Do you consider yourself a “Camp Person?” Would you consider yourself a mentor, leader and outgoing person? Do you want to spend an awesome summer working with children in a premiere camp environment?  One World Adventure Summer Day Camps […]

January 4, 2014 0
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Outdoor Survival Program

Outdoor Survival Program Join adventure and survival expert, Bill Shugart and staff, for a day of education and fun at the Little River Canyon Center in Fort Payne, AL. Wilderness Survival 101 Let your instincts come alive and learn to survive. One World Adventure Company and outdoor expert, Bill Shugart and his talented staff, will […]

December 20, 2013 0
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2014 Activities, Events & Camp Dates

One World is looking forward to the New Year! We will soon be updating fun Outdoor Activities, “Fun”Raising events, and our 2014 Camp Dates regularly, so check back often.

December 13, 2013 0
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Happy Holidays!

As 2013 draws to a close, we here at One World are reflecting on our blessings and achievements this year. We are filled with gratitude for folks like you who provide volunteer time, moral support and financial contributions. Your gifts enable our ongoing work on building solid youth programs and protecting our precious Little River. […]

December 12, 2013 0
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Schoolyard Habitat Project

One World Adventure recently received a grant from AMRV/RC&D to implement a schoolyard habitat project in Fort Payne Middle School. Students in the 7th grade environmental elective class learn about their watershed and how water conservation is related to our everyday lives. The project is incorporating interpretive gardens with native plants, water catchment systems, a […]

November 19, 2013 0

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