HQ, Grants Pass, Oregon

Infinite Legacy is headquartered in beautiful Grants Pass Oregon right on the Rogue River.  This quaint hamlet of 34,000 people is known for its rugged individualism, its passion for the outdoors, and its temperate climate.  It has a rich history of leadership, entrepreneurialism, and civic mindedness dating back to the age of the cave man.

In studies by the Milken Institute, Grants Pass has been recognized several years in a row as being one of America’s “Best Performing Small Cities.” In 2016 it was ranked 8th in the nation for its economic performance.  This ranking was based on factors including real job creation, wage growth, and technology development/utilization among others.

Here in Grants Pass is Infinite Legacy’s base of operations, where we offer our local clients consulting, mentoring, seminars, courses, and other training in both old school and cutting edge leadership concepts.

We offer both classroom style and experiential learning experiences.

Wilderness Leadership Experience

Infinite Legacy offers 3 week outdoor leadership experiences in wilderness areas throughout the western United States.  They start with an intense week of  leadership and outdoor skills training and project planning. Then transition into two weeks performing their project in the wilderness.  These excursions are designed to provide a fun, challenging, and real life experimental laboratory experience for young and experienced leaders alike.  These trips offer students the opportunity to test and experiment with the communications and leadership concepts that they learn in the classroom. On each trip students complete a project for the forest service, the park service, NOAA, or a research group. Projects like trail building, environmental monitoring, GIS survey and many more give the students a sense of accomplishment along with their leadership experience.

Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest

This trip is in the southern Oregon mountains along the Illinois and Rogue Wild and Scenic Rivers. This truly wilderness experience takes students far beyond the rural life into the wild back woods.  Projects range from building trail bridges, restoring trails, building shelters, clearing forest floor mast, and more. While performing their project, students will also create their own camps, handle their own waste, and protect themselves from predators like bear, mountain lions, and coyotes while practicing “leave no trace” backpacking techniques.

Crater Lake National Park

This excursion is into the deep woods of Crater Lake National Park. Students camp and work at the edge of lava flows and other natural wonders.  Projects range from trail building and restoration to clearing forest floor mast. While working their project, students will also create their own camps, handle their own waste, and protect themselves from predators like bear, mountain lions, and coyotes while practicing “leave no trace” backpacking techniques.

 

Buffalo River, Arkansas

This trip is to the wildest part of Arkansas. The students paddle 140 miles of the Buffalo River while performing environmental research, habitat restoration, or wildlife or endangered species monitoring. While performing their project, students will also create their own camps, handle their own waste, and protect themselves from predators like bear, cougar, and poisonous snakes while practicing “leave no trace” techniques.

Rocky Mountain National Park

This trip is to the deep interior of Rocky Mountain National Park. Projects include monitoring elk populations, rebuilding back country shelters, trail construction and maintenance, and habitat restoration. While performing their project, students will also set their own camps, handle their own waste, and protect themselves from predators like brown bear, grizzlies, mountain lions, and elk while practicing “leave no trace” backpacking techniques.