Course Listing - by Instructor

Dale Brege Dale Brege has had a life-long career as a biologist with Michigan State University, State of Wisconsin, and the Federal Government (US Forest Service and NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service). He has made numerous professional and personal presentations to a wide variety of audiences and is an avid hiker.
Sister Carlotta Fontes OSB Sr. Carlotta Fontes is a Master Herbalist and tender of the Monastery gardens. She makes salves, soaps, and balms among other healing items.
Danielle Hardy Danielle Hardy has worked for the LCSC Orofino Outreach Cneter for 15 years. She is a community volunteer that helps local non-profits with their projects thorugh local fundraising and grants for over 20 years. Danielle enjoys teaching others so that they can also help improve their own communities.
Dorothy Heywood Dorothy Heywood, owner of HiHo Silver in Clarkston, has been teaching wire wrapping for over 10 years. Her newly remodeled studio allows for plenty of space to teach classes. Dorothy has also been teaching belly dance for three years at her Clarkston studio, Syringa Dance.
Peg Kingery Peg Kingery is a member of and fly fishing instructor for programs sponsored by Kelly Creek Flycasters and Clearwater Fly Casters. She is also a member of Fly Fishers International, Trout Unlimited and is a fly fishing instructor for Casting for Recovery, North Idaho/Eastern Washington.
Vikki Landmark Vikki Landmark grew up swimming in the rivers of Idaho, spending time as a lifeguard and practicing synchronized swimming in college. Vikki's true passion is scuba diving. She is a dive master and teaches diving classes during the summer months. Vikki has been teaching water aerobics several years at the pool in her hometown of Kamiah, Idaho.
Jenneane Musegades Jenneane Musegades graduated from Metropolitan State University of Denver and from the University of Denver College of Law and is licensed to practice law in Idaho and four other states. She has practiced law, specializing in estate planning, for over 20 years.
Greg Paris Greg Paris is a fly fisherman and lifelong valley resident.
Kate Patterson Kate Patterson, a long-time employee of Patt's Garden Center, is an avid gardener who enjoys experimenting with different gardening techniques.
Sister Agnes Reichlin OSB Sr. Agnes Reichlin is an RN and has taken several herb and essential oil classes. She uses oils and herbs in many healing environments.
AJ Riley AJ Riley has 27 years of experience with ceramics and has taught ceramic classes for 17 years.
Taylor Schnuerle Taylor Schnuerle received his B.S., which his family told him he was full of anyway, in Art Practice from Portland State University in 2014. He has worked as a freelance designer and in his spare time creates digital art, acrylic paintings and relief prints.
Chris St Germaine
Chris St. Germaine Christina St Germaine holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Minnesota. After spending fifteen years in the field working to better mother nature she made a career switch to work to better the regions communities as an economic development professional. Chris has spent the past decade working to expand telecommunications capacity across the Nez Perce Reservation and surrounding area.. Chris's professional life is driven by forming proactive partnerships that leverage resources to meet identified needs; and, her personal passions revolve around having proudly raised a son who now serve us all in the Armed Forces, managing a local not for profit ski hill and gardening.
Gary Thorgaard Gary Thorgaard has fished locally since 1979 and taught Fish Biology at WSU for over 30 years. Greg Paris is a fly fisherman and lifelong valley resident.
Kathryn Weisberg Kathryn Weisberg grew up in the rural foothills of Mt. Diablo on her parents 2200 acre ranch, developing “my early and lasting love for nature" She lived and worked in the San Francisco Bay Area until 2005, when her yearning for a more nature-rooted lifestyle led her to Lake Pend Oreille in northern Idaho. Surrounded by the majestic Cabinet and Selkirk Mountains, she has kept a Studio for 10 years. She has traveled extensively through Central and South America, Europe, Scandinavia, and the Arctic always returning to the mountains and countryside of northern Idaho she has grown to love. Weisberg holds degrees in Fine Art, Business and Psychology. She has been showing internationally since the early 1990s. Her work has been exhibited widely in both solo and group exhibitions in Idaho, California, Vancouver, Ontario, Colorado, South Carolina Vermont, in London and Beijing, China.