American Indians of Texas and the Foundation came together to better understand which tribes specifically would have visited the Canyon.
Artist and professor Dan McGregor has been drawing the flora and fauna of the Frio River Canyon for a few years.
Here is his perspective on re-creating creation.
Hundreds of thousands of people have experienced the East Fork of the Frio River. But only a few experience it like Scott Bauer.
Fishing isn't always about getting a bite. Even for sixth-graders. Bite into this Outdoor School story on the importance of fishing.
The purpose and future of the life-changing Foundation Camp
B. T. Wilson’s Outdoor Ed program for sixth graders helped these students find the confidence to serve their communities.
Nearly 100 years ago, the Butt family faced a sickness worse than COVID-19.
River stewardship means safe water for critters and neighbors.
Outdoor experiences can provide children a proven antidote to today’s “epidemic of loneliness.”
For 40 years, the Texas Outdoor Education Association has gathered in the Frio River Canyon to enhance its mission.