If your group is looking for someone to make a presentation at a meeting or after a luncheon, members of GCSAR may be able to assist in your needs.
Members of GCSAR have been advocates of educating the public about New Mexico Search and Rescue as well as what people should do in order to be better prepared for their outdoors experience.
Presentations can be made in a variety of subjects and suited for the time frame needed. Subject material can involve information on GCSAR, history of SAR, short learning topics, etc. If you have a topic in mind we can also help to develop that into an event.
Previous Topics Have Included
- Map and Compass
- Using a GPS Unit
- Search and Rescue
- Outdoor Survival
- "Hug-A-Tree" Program
- and others
Previous Events Conducted For
- Western Institue of Lifelong Learning
- New Mexico State Parks - City of Rocks
- Aldo Leopold High School
- High Desert Humane Society
- Continental Trail Divide Days
If you are interested in learning about what GCSAR members can help teach, please fill out the form on the contact us page and we will contact you!